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Share Price: 0.525Bid: 0.50Ask: 0.55Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Provexis
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 10.00%Open: 0.52High: 0.525Low: 0.52Yesterday’s Close: 0.525


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Blizzard
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Price:0.70
Response to Peppa
11 Oct '14
Peppa,

You stated:

"SIRCO £1.60 in sainsburys

this will certainly help with the steady reduction in value which 99% of us are currently seeing"

Surely a price reduction would improve Sirco sales with no impact on FF unit price.

To the contrary, FF would logically sell more units.

Just yet another example of your ilogical argumentation.
 
alfista
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RE: Prince and alf
10 Oct '14
Not stung at all, just wondered why you seem so unaware of the current situation. I can understand that, if you bought in double figures, you feel so gloomy. Not for me comment on why you thought they were worth that so early in the product development path, but it has taken longer than most imagines. However, I urge you (and gonz) to actually get yourself up top speed with where we are with Fruitflow, because at the end of the day, that is the most vital part of all in this long story.
ATB
treetop
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Prince and alf
10 Oct '14
My apologies if the post stung a little,it certainly wasn't meant that way but the CEO of the day (Moone ?) had the chance to steal a march on the industry but I always thought he was out of his depth negotiating with the EU and suspect that the majors pulled strings behind the scenes to stop the approvals cycle. He exercised options at 7p then promptly sold a huge chunk that made me sceptical and I bailed out losing half my investment which had been made in double figures. I hope it comes good for you all but my patience expired a long while ago. gd luck all
gonz
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a duck by any other name
10 Oct '14
Been in this for a few years and watched all the hype about new products with ff.......the truth is your shares are going down rapidly and soon will be worth nothing at all.....I am holding at 20% of my investment speaks volumes and I dont expect any rises.....just as well I always invest what I can afford to right off as a bad investment......totally disgruntled
alfista
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RE: Several years ago
10 Oct '14
The problem with our updates so far is that they are always behind the development curve. We have seen products emerge, especially since Fruitflow powder launch, and we have seen evidence of good growth os some of those products. Often though, by the time a period is reported on, folks tend to think that it isn't enough progress because they know of events that have taken place afterwards. So we always want the update after next. I am no different, I want to see the full years, as I have seen the surge of Sirco, and, the launch of several others that will not impact much on the period just gone.

Treetop. Only way to judge that you haven't read hype is to read the RNS trail since you last did. As red says, it hasn't been quick, but the reasons are valid, and all laid out in sequence. If by hype you mean that folks saw an ingredient that could be sold all around the world, that is now reality.
redprince
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RE: Several years ago
10 Oct '14
How exactly would you say things were squandered?For sure i never agreed with buying SIS and will always say that the pi's got stiffed there bigtime.

However the slow march with FF is not really down to anyone from PXS or DSM for that matter - it is taking time to build momentum.

We can chew the cud all day on that and make arguments for and against the prospects of FF but i believe the next interims will be fairly decisive one way or another as far as the medium term prospects are concerned.
treetop
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Several years ago
10 Oct '14
I fell for the hype surrounding this outfit and should have heeded the warnings long before I did and left with burnt fingers. Sentiment still makes me pop into the board and I often wonder how many have stuck it out waiting for the upsurge that never came. For a company to have such an edge within Europe to squander all that is almost a crime. Is it ever likely to come good,anyone ?
alfista
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RE: Alfista
10 Oct '14
That would be the case yes, but I was reading your post, not the article.
That is why I replied to your post.
In which you wrote $, not NZ$

But that wasn't the POINT of the post, which is that Flyhidrate is another useful aid to greater consumer awareness of the health benefits of Fruitflow.

I know all you incarnations like to take a stab at what revenues are going to be, so what is you offering for the period to the end of September?
jasonbourne1
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Alfista
10 Oct '14
Its probably also accepted that if you are reading an article from New Zealand about a company based in New Zealand that they are not talking about american dollars. I thought that would be basic but....
alfista
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RE: Alfista
10 Oct '14
Well it is commonly accepted that, when $ is written, it relates to USD, whereas if it is A$, or NZ$, that is how they are written.
Nevertheless, the POINT of the post is valid.
Education.





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