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    jack rigby

    greetings! As part of a vanishing species – 75+, now 40 years vego, 100% no Flourines water, sane exercise, everyone should finally believe the gospel “that what you eat today walks and talks tomorrow”.
    BUT our small sources of SAFE (Natural) foods are all rapidly vanishing.
    It is because we serious ones (THE CONSUMERS) don’t promote the rare -getting rarer- sources like Kialla!
    I’ve now run out of my last two resellers of smaller retail lots of seeds: Kunara at Forest Glen and a closed one in Caloundra.
    All I need to hear now is the Milk board have beaten Cleopatra “Bath Milk”, after many years of attack and there is nowhere left go for SERIOUS health nutz like me. (Now 35 years since I gave up the “Good” Life and Cancer. I believe I still hold the record for longest survivor of metastasised pancreatic Cancer.

    What would help a lot if Kialla printed and handed out batches of flyers to customers of health-oriented businesses with a couple of short-term BUT attractive real health foods deals.
    Just mention Magic Bowel Support etc.

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    Sheridan Kennedy
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    Hi Jack – very impressive record!
    Not sure what you mean when you suggest that we hand out batches of flyers with attractive real health food deals…
    Small retailers are continually being beaten by the larger ones and it’s a real problem. It’s a struggle to be in ‘on the ground’ retail nowadays. I suspect that online shopping may be the answer for many who are seeking what they can’t find locally. Some examples of online shops that send Australia wide:
    http://www.buyorganicsonline.com.au/
    http://www.organicsonabudget.com.au/
    Will be interesting to hear about others experiences with how they deal with vanishing suppliers. We’re still selling our products…

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