Why aren’t any keto friendly cookies like this is a grocery store?

asked on May 26, 2019

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Whole Foods has keto cookies. Some grocery stores in cities have them too. Depends on your area and whether they sell well or whether the manager thinks they'll sell well. You can try requesting them, and a store might start carrying them.
Misty
· October 20, 2019
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Because think about it, generally people are willing to pay a higher price for something they can only get on Amazon or similar online outlet; if these cookies were in the grocery store and you saw how small the packages were for the price many people would not buy them. That said these are good cookies so for now . . .
HeidiB
· August 16, 2019
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Big food companies spend a lot of money on "food science" research exactly to find ingredient combinations which trigger binge eating and make people want to eat more (and buy more) of their product, which of course they mass produce as cheaply as possible to maximize profit. Keto foods OTOH tend to curb appetites and… see more Big food companies spend a lot of money on "food science" research exactly to find ingredient combinations which trigger binge eating and make people want to eat more (and buy more) of their product, which of course they mass produce as cheaply as possible to maximize profit. Keto foods OTOH tend to curb appetites and make people eat (and buy) less. These big companies have a lot of influence over grocers, not to mention that it is in the financial interest of the grocer to want people to eat the whole bag of potato chips and buy more. They're in no hurry to pack their expensive shelf space with something people will buy LESS of. It is just another variety of consumption marketing which channels (some say enslaves) people into the mentality of buying new clothes all the time when their closets are bursting, buying a new car when the one they have runs fine, is paid off and costs less to insure, and even to go into debt for a higher "education" that does not result in higher employment income. In the end the fault, dear Brutus, is not in our grocers but in our own choices. Yes we may have to endure the inconvenience of ordering food online or doing maintenance on our older car or the perceived social stigma of having a blue collar job (that pays well) or the sting of passing by that cute top at the mall. But true freedom always has a price. Don't ever let the money changers fool you into thinking there is an easy way. Choose the red pill, Neo. see less Big food companies spend a lot of money on "food science" research exactly to find ingredient combinations which trigger binge eating and make people want to eat more (and buy more) of their product, which of course they mass produce as cheaply as possible to maximize profit. Keto foods OTOH tend to curb appetites and make people eat (and buy) less. These big companies have a lot of influence over grocers, not to mention that it is in the financial interest of the grocer to want people to eat the whole bag of potato chips and buy more. They're in no hurry to pack their expensive shelf space with something people will buy LESS of. It is just another variety of consumption marketing which channels (some say enslaves) people into the mentality of buying new clothes all the time when their closets are bursting, buying a new car when the one they have runs fine, is paid off and costs less to insure, and even to go into debt for a higher "education" that does not result in higher employment income. In the end the fault, dear Brutus, is not in our grocers but in our own choices. Yes we may have to endure the inconvenience of ordering food online or doing maintenance on our older car or the perceived social stigma of having a blue collar job (that pays well) or the sting of passing by that cute top at the mall. But true freedom always has a price. Don't ever let the money changers fool you into thinking there is an easy way. Choose the red pill, Neo.
Brimstone
· June 21, 2019
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It always about supply & demand along with marketing & business relationships in selling products. So if enough customers request a product or the company sees a demand where the product is being purchased by the customer's of a close competitor, they may begin to sell a product like this
Donna
· May 31, 2019
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That's a question for a grocery store, not Amazon customers, der
Sparky
· August 10, 2019
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Hi There,
One of the best perks about Amazon is Prime shipping! If you have an account, you could get free 2-Day shipping on all HighKey products!

HighKey Customer Care
· February 28, 2020
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