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Share Price: 0.45Bid: 0.40Ask: 0.50Change: 0.05 (+12.50%)Riser - Provexis
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 25.00%Open: 0.45High: 0.45Low: 0.45Yesterday’s Close: 0.40


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Bits
Posts: 217
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.45
RE: RNs
Today 12:24
Been in holland and barret before and was withdrawn because it didnt sell. Same story at Sainsbury,s so dont get to excited folks
 
GCCRa
Posts: 720
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.45
RE: RNs
Today 10:44
Excellent news . Well done PXS.!
alfista
Posts: 15,215
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.45
RE: RNs
Today 10:32
Very welcome confirmation of news that Gixer discovered last week.
Hopefully more retailers will follow Holland & Barret, as awareness of Fruitflow expands it will push open more doors IMHO.
A significant step, Provexis retail revenues becoming a highly important part of the equation.

Some seem positively upset. I can't understand that. 6-1 to the optimists today.
Clox
Posts: 230
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.45
RE: RNs
Today 08:53
Mr Happy Reece even on good news!!!😊
reece
Posts: 1,121
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.45
RNs
Today 08:40
Never recovered in share price since Mr moon days and sale ,probably end up red today .
draft
Posts: 14,131
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Price:0.40
amazing deal
Today 08:11
should see a big rise here today
colbaltblue
Posts: 1,153
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.45
RE: Holland &Barrett launch
Today 08:01
Given the history of this company, I think it is very possible that the launch will be delayed but at least it will be another thing to add into the cut &paste in December.
sphinx100
Posts: 182
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.40
Holland &Barrett launch
Today 07:24
Brilliant , looks like we get all income from this venture,should see a significant ramp up in income
GCCRa
Posts: 720
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.40
RE: Air Polution is getting bad
Sun 09:15
It is here too. One of the reasons I'll stick to living half way up a mountainside! If there are any hints of a benefit via FruitFlow then I think the problem will be keeping up with demand not selling the stuff.
tinopener
Posts: 67
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.40
RE: Bizarre !
Sat 15:49
Unbelievable
tinopener
Posts: 67
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.40
RE: Bizarre !
Sat 15:48
I never understand some. And why "wheelds" gets so much grief is unbeliable.
alfista
Posts: 15,215
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Price:0.40
Bizarre !
Sat 13:02
In response to a bit of optimism on the other site, Percy wrote

"Wheelds - do you really think that anyone anywhere is likely to buy a tablet to combat bad air pollution?"

In a word, Yes.
Unbelievably naïve to ignore how seriously city dwellers regard their health. As an example, air pollution levels are prominently displayed, and broadcast on media, every day of the year in Shanghai. Dwellers then decide their activities in order to minimise exposure. Air conditioning is as much about filtration as temperature control. Many already take various products daily
Would another product, backed by a patent and published health claims, have a commercial chance in every city of the world?
I think I'll regard that question as rhetorical.
alfista
Posts: 15,215
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
RE: Air Polution is getting bad
Thu 13:09
I know it's off topic here, but I have my opinion on hydrogen.
I know you're invested so won't labour the point, mine in Acta gave me a good return, though subsequently they went under.
Worth noting that particulate emissions come from all types of friction, tyres, brakes, motors. So it won't disappear even in a zero deisel environment. I'm lucky to live in clean countryside, but Fruitflow has several health claims that fully apply to me.
alfista
Posts: 15,215
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Price:0.42
RE: Air Polution is getting bad
Thu 12:59
I know it's off topic here, but I have my opinion on hydrogen.
I know you're invested so won't labour the point, mine in Acta gave me a good return, though subsequently they went under.
Worth noting that particulate emissions come from all types of friction, tyres, brakes, motors. So it won't disappear even in a zero deisel environment. I'm lucky to live in clean countryside, but Fruitflow has several health claims that fully apply to me.
tinopener
Posts: 67
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
RE: Air Polution is getting bad
Thu 12:19
I think you may find Alf that the issue on storage tanks has bee addressed and they are now far stronger. With trains,ships, petrol stations and a plethora of cars now coming to market looking a much brighter future.
It ammuses me that people still talk of the Hindenberg nearly a 100 years ago as the reasoning behind the objections to "H" and yet oil feilds in the North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico and tankers blowing up in the South China Sea recently killing 30 sailors are not relevant to safety?
It is of course true that the big oil countries, "The Illuminati" won't like it.
alfista
Posts: 15,215
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
RE: Air Polution is getting bad
Thu 11:34
Battery yes, although there is airborn particulate emission from both the motor and braking, given the extra weight the braking emission is higher than a conventional vehicle.
Hydrogen, not a chance IMHO, unless they can re invent the storage vessels, current pressures are lethal.
tinopener
Posts: 67
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:0.42
RE: Air Polution is getting bad
Thu 11:05
Even more sadly for FF shareholders is the big international move towards battery and hydrogen which gets far more coverage and will probably continue as this is where the big money is. Still, remain positive as I am sure the Far East is where our market is.
wheelds
Posts: 686
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
RE: Air Polution is getting bad
Thu 10:45
Sadly, the need for products like our Fruitflow to tackle the bad health effects on us all caused by bad air pollution is growing and growing as the world population keeps growing and growing and more and more cars and buses etc. on the roads.

Hence, Fruitflow patent against the health effects caused by bad air pollution makes sense now. .
wheelds
Posts: 686
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
Air Polution is getting bad
Thu 10:35
News today that air pollution in the U.K :-

"More than 4.5 million children in the UK are growing up in areas with toxic levels of air pollution, the UN children’s organisation Unicef has warned".

"Tests suggesting that children walking along busy roads are exposed to a third more air pollution than adults, as their shorter height places them close to passing car exhausts, were also released on Thursday."

"The Unicef report found that almost a third of under-18s live in places with unsafe levels of small particulate pollution, including 1.6 million under-fives and 270,000 babies. The analysis is based on the World Health Organization limit set in 2005, which is 60% lower than the legal limit in England and Wales."
pumpky
Posts: 6,451
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
RE: Lots of Good News
Thu 04:45
Best DSM get promoting it then!!! Very nice to have a product, no good if the masses don't know about it
sphinx100
Posts: 182
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
Funding
Wed 18:05
Must be good news that June has been funding month for the last 2years , none asked for this year , hopefully results will show good progress for income ,and while they might need more money in the future with sales ramping up and bigger retailers seem to be about to start selling ,we must be getting close to break even , imp
wheelds
Posts: 686
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
Lots of Good News
Wed 16:23
Lots of good news coming out about how further studies on how Fruitflow is good for our Health;
And the Korean study/next the China, should encourage the Chinese company By-Health to start the production and
launch of new Fruitflow products around the world. IMHO
alfista
Posts: 15,215
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
RE: Korean study
Wed 11:00
The list of references at the foot of that report, many involving Dr Niamh, is impressive.
Study after study arriving at the conclusion that Fruitflow is beneficial to cardio vascular health.
That's how medical advocacy works.
Good find there sphinx
sphinx100
Posts: 182
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
RE: Korean study
Wed 10:49




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