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Old 03-24-2014, 12:28 PM
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Hi, I'm curious what are some of your best sellers, repeat sales.
How are some of the decadent products as far as taste?
When it comes to taste, can you share some of your favorites?

I really like Tealightful Treasures, now looking into this again. I
can't seem to decide. I really like Pampered Chef as well
but somehow it seems like too much work.

What are some of the reason you enjoy your business as compare to
other direct sales you've been involved with?

Can you share your average party sales?

Is it common for you to book parties from a party?

Do you have many repeat sales?

Thank you.
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Old 03-25-2014, 08:21 AM
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You don't have to be a health nut to love Wildtree! The products are 100% all natural but not at the sacrifice of flavor at all. Just a few of our favorites are:

Garlic Grapeseed Oil (love it on meats/poultry and roasted veggies)
Taco Seasoning
Fajita Seasoning
Guacamole Blend (can you tell we love Mexican food?!)
Rancher's Steak Rub
Scampi Blend (I use it on chicken, shrimp & for garlic bread)

I personally don't eat a lot of the sweets (I'm gluten free & just don't do a lot of sweets anyway), but we absolutely love the Heavenly Chocolate Mousse Mix and the Cheesecake Blends! So easy and so good!

I would say a couple of my best sellers are the Garlic & Lemon Grapeseed Oils. My sales normally range from $50-$70 per person. I think the company wide party average is $450 (correct me if I'm wrong, but that's what I seem to recall hearing as the latest average).

I enjoy Wildtree for many reasons. Mainly because natural, healthy food and living a healthy lifestyle are passions of mine and have been for many years. The products make it simple for me to get great food on the table and I love helping other families with the same. The natural/organic market is hot and Wildtree was natural before it was popular & as widely appreciated as it is now. I've been so impressed with them over the years. They just keep getting better.

Take care and best of luck! Go with what you truly love and feel comfortable representing and will use most in your own life.
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Old 03-25-2014, 12:46 PM
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wildtree tastes good. But they don't really use much salt in there mixes. Which I prefer salt. But the flavor is nice.
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Old 03-25-2014, 03:22 PM
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Yes, our products are much lower in sodium than most packaged foods.
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Old 03-27-2014, 06:38 AM
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The food is delicious! Family favorites are the kids cheez, alfredo, pancakes, crumb cake, BBQ sauce, rancher steak rub, garlic and bacon oils and wildly blueberry jam - I have been very successful in direct sales in the past - BUT Wildtree is hands down the highest re-order rate I have ever experienced!

On average I book 2 new events from each tasting of Freezer workshop I do - I also have built a very large team very fast and I am loving that they are finding success as well - absolutely adore this company!

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Old 04-07-2014, 07:17 AM
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I made Wildtree tacos, guacamole, Mexican rice & refrained beans last night. It was way better, cheaper, and healthier than our favorite Mexican take out. Also, I controlled the quality of ingredients myself and have plenty of leftovers! The whole family loved it, so healthy absolutely does not mean lack of flavor! Lower sodium is great for those who have to or want to watch their sodium intake. If I find I need a little more salt in something, I just add it to my liking. But most things are just perfect as is!
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Old 04-14-2014, 10:49 PM
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Ok. I really want to give this party plan another shot. Oh first thank you for responding.
I've pretty much for the most part boiled it down to wildtree
Or tealightful treasures or steeped tea.

The one thing about Wildtree that keeps coming to me us wouldn't it be cheaper to shop
At trader joes. Do you think it's comparable?
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Old 04-15-2014, 07:59 PM
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per your questions:

1. Can you share your average party sales?
2. Is it common for you to book parties from a party?
3. Do you have many repeat sales?

My wife (Julie) is a Senior Team Leader with Wildtree and I assist her with the business as a supportive husband Here are a few answers to your questions:

1. Party sales totally fluctuate (and sharing specific numbers might violate the TOS associated with this forum). It all just depends. Some people will buy a few products, but others will load up their pantry

2. Booking parties from parties is 100% doable. Wildtree provides training and your upline should give you good tips to help make this happen. Key point: find a good upline!

3. Repeat sales happen all the time for Julie. True story: Julie posted on Facebook that she was placing an Wildtree order, so if anyone wanted to jump in on the order, they could............She ended up with $500+ in sales.

Julie (and I) enjoy the business because of the following reasons:

1. flexible work schedule. Julie is a stay at home mom with 2 kids (2 years old and 1 year old).

2. Wildtree's products sell themselves. I'm not blowing smoke when I say this, but people love the Wildtree products. There are some recipes that aren't as well received as others, but in general, the Freezer Meal Workshop concept behind the Wildtree products is an awesome service that gets families seated around the dinner table.

3. From a network marketing / business standpoint, its a great product - because its FOOD. Everyone eats and spends hundreds of dollars per month on food. Wildtree fits into people's daily lives. That is why there is repeat business as well.
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Old 04-16-2014, 08:44 AM
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Ok. I really want to give this party plan another shot. Oh first thank you for responding.
I've pretty much for the most part boiled it down to wildtree
Or tealightful treasures or steeped tea.

The one thing about Wildtree that keeps coming to me us wouldn't it be cheaper to shop
At trader joes. Do you think it's comparable?
The way I see it is...Even when I shop for natural/organic products in the stores, I still have to read labels and know some background on the company. One well known brand just had a recall on peppercorns. That doesn't make them a bad company and it can happen anywhere. However, I take comfort in knowing the entire production process is in Wildtree's hands and in the effort and quality that goes into the products. I save a ton of time being able to plan and shop from home (with my discount or free products from hosting) and then just have to buy my meat, produce & basics from the store. I watch for sales & coupons on those things and plan my meals based on that & the Wildtree products I love!
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Old 04-16-2014, 06:00 PM
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I shop at Trader Joes as well for some things but the quality and taste of Wildtree is superior in my opinion - my customers must agree because I have a huge re-order rate. People absolutely love Wildtree -- and the freezer meal workshops are such a win-win for both my family and the customers - healthy, easy to prepare and affordable You may remember I used to be with Athome - and while I loved it - I did not have the same passion for it that I do for this - this company has opened so many doors for me to be able to truly make a difference in people's lives and also make a positive impact in the future for my children - I think this is what really sets Wildtree apart - people who are looking into healthier eating really care that we are GMO free - and certified organic - we are also so very allergy friendly - I have a friend who has 7 different food allergies and she is still able to attend freezer meal workshops. Your question about booking parties - I average 2 new events booked per event that I do and my team is booking off their events as well.
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