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Dino_nugget

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When I left US last year the trend was away from small (less than $1500/week in purchases) to customers who could purchase $3000 or more. Several of my smaller customers were told they would be called by the order department. They would not have an assigned sales rep. Sysco is gong the same way.

Independent distributors are going to be picking up a lot of business because of corporate stupidity.





I’ve seen nothing from my market like this. $1500 week is a decent account in my eye.
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I do some deliveries of my product within a 20 mile range of my plant. I will also not deliver items I don't make any money from. It just makes business sense and I'm in business to make money. My issue is that Dawn has made a decision to hold to some sort of minimal pricing on commodities that is jeopardizing their current sales. I'm not sure they have a minimum delivery but I'm sure they do. What troubles me is that their decision has lost them a tremendous of business and they don't seem to care. 
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Dino, this was in So Cal.

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I’ve seen nothing from my market like this. $1500 week is a decent account in my eye.
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