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Paw Ridge - no longer a Hex?

#1
I finally ordered some of this on my online shopping (delivery tomorrow), and now I can't see it on the Hex list.

Does anyone know if its been removed - it was definately there yesterday because I checked I was ordering the right thing.

I wish they'd put them in some sort of order - it takes ages to go through the random list!
 
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#8
I have the new 2011 books and the small branded food book lists the healthy extras and its in there... ;)
 
#9
infact I even think a honey flavoured one is mentioned...
 
#13
sophie MK - do we get given the new books in class or do you have to buy them?
You have to buy the food directory and other book in group.
Each time a new Food Optimising book is released, you should be given the opportunity to buy one in group (last time they were £3) but you don't have to.
 
#14
I bought the directory, the snacks book and the branded food book and paid £11.40 for all three.
 
#15
You have to buy the food directory and other book in group.
Each time a new Food Optimising book is released, you should be given the opportunity to buy one in group (last time they were £3) but you don't have to.
£3 was the discounted price for the 2010 version of the food directory - it was reduced recently because the 2011 version was coming out soon.

I think the full price is around £6.99
 
#16
28g Chocolate Ready Brek is a HEXB! :D
I'm sure it wasn't before?!?!? YUM!!!!
 
#17
I can't see it - what day are you looking at (although I wouldn't have thought that would make any difference).

Still can't see PawRidge and can't see chocolate ready brek either, only the normal (I am in the diary page).
 
#18
Lol its definitely there on all plans about 35 from the bottom 1 quaker paw ridge original oat sachet.

Cant see the chocolate ready brek though I can see 2 other entries for ready brek but not the choc one.
 
#19
£3 was the discounted price for the 2010 version of the food directory - it was reduced recently because the 2011 version was coming out soon.

I think the full price is around £6.99
Nope, £3 was the price for the new Food Optimising book (the one you get when you join). I was talking about the beginning of last year when EE changed slightly with the superfree foods and B choice listings etc.

I'm sure some consultants reduce the food directory, however, this wasn't what I was referring to :)
 


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