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General bar pricing question: Markup
July 7, 2006
12:58 pm
alex_h
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maybe the domori/san jose boxes are an exception. i can’t say what the mark-up on a regular bar is. and i’m sure there are also differences from country to country.

July 20, 2006
11:15 pm
Andrea
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I just talked to another distributor who told me their markup was 15-30% on chocolate I am going to get some Pralus bars from him- any suggestions? Also has anyone tried Kshocolât ?
Andrea

July 21, 2006
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quote:


Also has anyone tried Kshocolât ?


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July 21, 2006
8:56 am
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have tried it. it’s ok, but nothing special…

July 21, 2006
9:11 am
Martin Christy
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Kshocolât did use ChocoVic, but only the origin choc is of any note. Now it’s all Callebaut. They have an origin bar, but they don’t say where it comes from! (But again is Callebaut.)

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