I am living in Sweden and purchased my CD from the swedish website. They do not have all the choice that British people on the CDC do. Plus, I ended up paying roughly 6 pounds in postage . I am heading to london and glasgow next week for a visit and I was wondering if it is polite or possible given CDC code of ethics to make an appointment with a CDC while in Britain and get supplies such as tetras and mouse mixes that are not available in Sweden. I also want the literature for the diet-- I spent over an hour reading it with my boyfriend who looked at it as an opportunity to learn swedish and not learn about the diet! Now, I cant remember what I read and I cant read it by myself so I am very dependent on him, which makes me a little frustrated. What do you cdcs think? If I was upfront about not being a returning customer, would it be possible to get supplies or is that breaking a code of conduct? Thanks!