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Price is NEVER the Issue

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  1. Abigail says:

    “So which market would you prefer to be in?” It depends on my incomes…

  2. Peyton says:

    His loaf is incredible…Price is not the issue,at least for me.

  3. Adam says:

    Price is the eternal issue…no matter how delicious it is, it’s just a loaf.

  4. Patrick says:

    Too expensive.. I’m like a waif outside of the his widow…

  5. Jean says:

    People are willing to pay for quality goods indeed. Look at those luxury goods, they are admired and coveted for centuries …

  6. Mitch says:

    I think that people are willing to pay for true quality and workmanship. If you are the best at something and have truly perfected it, you can afford to charge the highest prices.

  7. Kyle says:

    I checked out the link, and I must say that it is an impressive site. The wording on the site makes the product (simple bread) seem as if it is a work of art. It isn’t just the bread you are paying for, it is the fact that the bread is truly artisan, carefully made out of high end ingredients.

    I’m not sure what it tastes like, but it certainly does seem appealing. They have a “sample box” for £35 that definitely seems interesting. I can imagine ordering the sample box, loving one particular small loaf in it, and then going back for more if the quality is a good as the site promises.

  8. Abby says:

    I think that when you put a luxury price tag on an item, it comes across as quality. Selling too cheaply just cheapens your image.

  9. Alicia says:

    This is very thought provoking. It seems counter intuitive at first, but it is something that makes a lot of sense.

  10. Zerda says:

    Yes I would over and over and over. The good thing about premium price is well most of the time you get premium quality. With some exceptions of course. For example choosing baby’s milk, even if the cover says premium its quality would be in exact proportion to other milk brands, why? because baby’s milk are regulated and all have the same content, need i say more? In a world we live in premium doesn’t always come cheap hence the name premium, but at least you aren’t left at the end of the day to wonder, “would this product be any good? or did i waste money trying to save a few cents”

  11. Riley says:

    I believe a lot in premium products. If you can afford a Good european car why would you settle for an american car? i’m not saying american cars are bad, its just that the craftsmanship really adds comfort and peace of mind.

  12. cleveland says:

    A few years ago a guitar Company named Gibson made prestige quality guitars. these start at $1800, the thing was Gibson wanted more sales. so in an effort to increase sales they lowered the price and also started an outsourced factory in Korea. the opposite happened. sales declined shortly.

    the point is People really like paying for expensive stuff expecting better quality.

  13. Nelson says:

    35 for a loaf??? never mind that i’d just get myself a book. A book I would get to keep for life. and thats 35 pounds forever in my possession. 35 pounds that would be digested after 8 hours is not worth it!

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