Tuesday, May 1, 2012

How to get your local store to carry the New Soft Gluten Free Breads & Buns from Kinnikinnick

It's been just about 2 months since we launched our new Soft Breads & Buns and almost all of our distributors now have them in their warehouses. There are quite a few stores now stocking these products but our next big task is to make all retailers aware of them and this is something that you can help with.

We've developed a handout you can give to your local store. There's room on this letter for your comments, so you can let the store know you'd like to see them stock the New Soft Breads & Buns and why.

If you belong to a support group, photocopy this letter, distribute to your group and hand them to the store manager. A stack of letters can really make an impact on retailers deciding whether or not to stock a product..

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Right now, the most frequent question we are being asked on Facebook, Twitter & in emails is "where can I get these products?"  It's always a challenge to answer that as most of the time, we don't know who carries what. However, we'll be launching a tool to help with that in the coming days. We'll make an announcement here when it's available.

In the meantime, if nobody close has the new products you can always order directly from us.

If our best in the industry, $10 flat rate shipping fee to most areas still is a barrier to ordering directly, don't forget that as long as the order is less than $200, is shipped to one address and is paid for with a single credit card you can combine your order with friends or family!

1 comment:

Cheryl said...

Well, I had never heard of your company or products, and still have no idea how to pronounce it. :) Just this week, I was at Sunflower Market here in Tucson, checking out there gluten free sale, and lo and behold I see your products for the first time.

So, are these soft bread & buns in the freezer section or regular bread section?

I am always willing to try anything once. So far, I have been less than enthused with the gluten free breads on the market. My standard is Rudi's whole grain, though my favorite is a Whole Foods prairie bread...but sometimes I react to something in it so I can't have it daily.

I prefer organic and it also must be soy free.