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iSELLboxes

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Who hasn't missed scoop?
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apples

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Now you have no differentiation. You have to blow your brains out!
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formerdsr

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It took a pandemic for US to stop doing Scoop? [rofl] I got so tired of begging my customers to buy that crap just to keep management off my back.
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Uhh bad news guys.  It’s back.  fall scoop next week
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Uhh bad news guys.  It’s back.  fall scoop next week


You guys are early. We have as few weeks
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formerdsr

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Is it going to include COVID-19 PPE? New CLEAN FORCE Ultra Hyper Germ Killer? Monogram Disposable Hazmat suits?
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iSELLboxes

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Is it going to include COVID-19 PPE? New CLEAN FORCE Ultra Hyper Germ Killer? Monogram Disposable Hazmat suits?


Probably. Lol. I notice that it's usually whatever had production issues right before the release. Pepperoni? Salami? Pizza boxes? Gloves? Ya know. The things we wish we had before the release?
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Probably a re-release of some best sellers.  can’t believe I have to go sell this bs to struggling customers.  My score usually is great but I don’t have that great relationship with all my new customers I got from the layoffs.  My saving grace is there will be worse on my team.
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Rosemont doesn't care that your customers are struggling or that 80% of customers could care less about Scoop. What's the rule now? Two cases per customer per week? Too bad they stopped counting eaches.


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Probably a re-release of some best sellers.  can’t believe I have to go sell this bs to struggling customers.  My score usually is great but I don’t have that great relationship with all my new customers I got from the layoffs.  My saving grace is there will be worse on my team.
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Maybe they will bring back the Staybowlizer. That was such a big hit !!

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formerdsr

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You're too funny, Winenot! There must be a million of them in a warehouse somewhere. Along with some of the other dogs that Rosemont thought would be hot sellers.

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Maybe they will bring back the Staybowlizer. That was such a big hit !!
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iSELLboxes

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how about the snap on tray pan labels that broke when you put them on the pan?
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formerdsr

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Or some of that Value Added Services garbage?
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amazing post,thanks you
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formerdsr

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Another brilliant idea.

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how about the snap on tray pan labels that broke when you put them on the pan?
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iSELLboxes

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So the launch is out, it looks like pre-packaged food kits is the way we go... I'm curious though how many of our customers are really going to want food that clearly came pre-packaged for their customers. It's one thing to take a value-added product and try to spin it and call it your own but it's another just to open up a box and place a pre-packaged item inside of another box and sell it.

what would you think if you ordered from a restaurant and you opened it up and saw a pre vacuum sealed package of corn? Would you think that the restaurant you ordered it from prepared it themselves and vacuum sealed it? this is just kind of weird and needs to grow on me I guess...

Packaging and non foods okay. Food: weird.
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