Xmas pudds and chocolate tubs

Discussion in 'Nookie's Delights' started by nookiebear, Oct 21, 2019.

  1. nookiebear

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    In stock now
    Xmas pudding.... 227gm.... 120baht
    .................................454gm.....220baht
    Arriving next week
    Large tubs (circa 600gm)
    CELEBRATIONS
    HEROES
    ROSES
    QUALITY STREET
    ALL 425baht (cheaper than 2018)
     
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  2. Merlin

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  4. Prakhonchai Nick

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    The manufacturers missed a simple trick here. Customers are initially attracted to the gross weight. They could have kept the gross weight the same but reduced the net weight by using heavier wrappers.

    Does that make sense?
     
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  5. Yorky

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    Or they could label Thai style, i.e. be economical with the truth?

    brooktoms s.jpg

    The label on the can has recently been changed. Whether it is now correct, I do no know.
     
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  6. Prakhonchai Nick

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    I recently bought a large tin of Brook Tomatoes in error. I much prefer the SIS ones.No Gross weight mentioned here
    Brookc.jpg
     
  7. Yorky

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    Yes, they've now changed the label to "Net Weight" and "Drained Weight". What they drain off to get the latter is anyone's guess.
     
  8. CO-CO

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    No.

    Why would anyone be attracted to gross weight?

    I never look anything but the net weight.

    They should go further with ‘net’ labelling - like frozen fish....... should say “200g, defrosts/cooks down to 100g”.

    If paying per kilo (not with the tomatoes) is misleading if half the weight is packaging or water.
     
  9. Yorky

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    You'd have been buggered by the original Brook's tomato label then.
     
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  10. CO-CO

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    Point taken.... But I think that I might have worked it out.
     
  11. Prakhonchai Nick

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    You might not, but many would

    This is Thailand.........after all!:D
     
  12. CO-CO

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    Continuing the net weight discussion...


    I bought some frozen halibut, stated weight 267 grams for 80 Baht.

    Weighed again when defrosted......... 195 grams



    Weighed again after cooking....... 133 grams.


    So my halibut that cost 300 Baht a kilo to buy, actually cost 600 Baht a kilo to eat
     
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  13. mario299

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    I'm trying as hard as I can to wipe the smile off my face. You're new here, huh?
     
  14. nookiebear

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    New stock of Chocolates arriving tomorrow. Only 10off each
    .WIGIG.
     
  15. Prakhonchai Nick

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    Only 10 of each! Likely to be all gone when you make it over this way again!..Friday 13th??
     
  16. CO-CO

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    Not if you pre-order.
     
  17. nookiebear

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    All Sold!!
     
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