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Unread 06-16-2012, 01:37 AM   #16
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Watch for soda to go on sale before every major holiday. Before Memorial Day weekend where I live, Pepsi brands (Pepsi, diet Pepsi, Mtn. Dew, Sierra Mist, Tropicana Twister, Lipton canned Iced Teas) were available in two of the major grocery chains, as well as a major convenience store chain, for $2.50/12 pack cans. No limit. We have deposits on soda cans here, so add an extra nickel a can for deposit, that's still just under .26 cents per can.

It's common for Dr. Pepper brands (7UP/RC Cola/A&W Root Beer/Orange Crush) to sell for about $2.00/12 pack for these holiday sales. The Coca-Cola bottler here doesn't seem as aggressive; they'll usually run their brands for about $3.00/12 pack on sale.

Walk to the cooler in the convenience store and pull a single can out of the cooler, it'll set you back $1.09.

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i'll tell you that sodastream to make 1 liter costs round 50 cents or less depending on how much flavoring you add to the water-one of the flavoring bottles costs 5-6 dollars and lasts for 12 -13 liters. Besides saving money at home it tastes great ,i like pink grape fruit. Now i got to figure how to be able to use this in my catering and possible restaurant ,have been studying for my food handlers certificate


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Unread 07-02-2012, 10:55 PM   #17
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Soda is sooo cheap anyway I wouldnt think it would be worth the trouble. If you pay .30 cents a can and sell them for $1.25 each thats great profit and min labor. Good luck on your venture.
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Soda is sooo cheap anyway I wouldnt think it would be worth the trouble. If you pay .30 cents a can and sell them for $1.25 each thats great profit and min labor. Good luck on your venture.

i was thinking about the flavors to attract customers. they have green tea mixed berry soda,green tea pomegranate peach,all these weird flavors that people like im happy with dr.pepper myself-they have a version of that even called dr.pete


are you doing catering in california-who is your supplier?
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