Cheaper Prices on DPMs - What does it mean?

Started Mar 1, 2013 | Discussions thread
Roger Senior Member • Posts: 2,396
Surplus inventory or price point

Well, they may have a surplus of DPM or their looking for a price point at which it will sell/compete.  Just a guess.

If I were in business and had a surplus of a produce that isn't selling well I would drop the price in order to move the product and free up shelf space for other items.

Usually when prices drop it means a product isn't selling well at a given price.

Just guesses.

Roger J.

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