Cambridge Price Increase

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  1. bunnycd

    bunnycd Full Member

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    Just got my letter:

    Price increase from 1st July

    ...rising costs, including factory overheads and ingredient prices bla bla bla

    RRP will be from the 1st of July:


    Diet drinks / soups £35.30 a pack
    Bars £40.55 a pack
    Tetra briks £51.30 a pack
    Drink Mixes £6.60
    Mix a mousse £4.15
    Fibre 89 £5.85
    Ketostix £6.60
     
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  3. CW Consultant

    CW Consultant Gold Member

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    Packs are for 21 portions with exception of Tetras they are packed in 27's.

    Also the mousse has now been repackaged in a larger pot (same size as the waterflavourings) it now contains 15 not 10 servings.
     
  4. julesrush

    julesrush Norwich CDC

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    I thought cdc got 30 days notice or is my maths wrong??:rolleyes:

    julesrush
     
  5. MandyB2

    MandyB2 Moderator/CD Counsellor

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    The letter has asked us to accept it as 30 days notice though it's a few days short..
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  6. MandyB2

    MandyB2 Moderator/CD Counsellor

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    The price increase is for a full box of 21 (bars/sachets) and doesn't reduce to a rounded figure per item.. as I sell per item I'll have to round these up or down to the nearest 5 or 10p.. cant be messing with odd pennies!!!!!
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  7. letmeout

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    Sorry- is this the price CDC's pay or the price for us 'users'?
     
  8. minilady

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    The prices quoted are the RRP for customers.

    I've just had a look at my letter and working it out it's 5p more for each shake, tetra or bar purchased.

    So should work out that a weeks worth of products will cost an extra £1.05 for people having 3 products per day and an extra £1.40 per week for those on 4 packs a day.

    Tracey
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  9. Lesly Cambridge

    Lesly Cambridge Cambridge Consultant

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    "Bla, bla, bla", indeed Bunny! I'm surprised that this is being discussed in public, when some Counsellors haven't yet received the letter.

    But since it is out in the open, it's quite unusual for HQ to date a letter 30 May, and postmark the envelope 3 June, isn't it? :rolleyes:

    And I'm looking forward to charging £1.6809523 per sachet, and £1.9309523 per mealbar....;)
     
  10. bunnycd

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    With the raising food costs at the moment £35 for a weeks food is a bargain. My food bill on my own is over £60 that because I eat healthily most of the time.
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