Hi everyone! I hope you are all having a fun-filled, sun-filled, family-filled, friend-filled, yummy snack-filled summer!
I have an awesome opportunity for all of us! A fellow reader of this blog (Shea) is also an inventor, and she has invented this fun 'Cheese Chiller' - a product to take your string cheese with you and keep it cold so it doesn't get all warm and rubbery . She is asking that you look over the product information, pictures and pricing and give honest feedback. I am asking that the feedback be constructive and have something to back up your response (ie: I like the 'Cheese Chiller' because ..." or I don't think I would buy one because ..."). Take a look:
The cost of one 'Cheese Chiller' would be between $6.00-$8.00. Shea (our inventor) asks, "Would you buy this product to haul your precious cheese around?" Price would be between $6-$8.00.
We have invented a container that keeps cheese sticks (string cheese)
cold and allows them to be portable. Before our idea, cheese sticks
would become mushy and warm by snack or lunchtime. The benefits are huge
to the manufacturer as families with more than one child will buy
multiples. Mothers can feel good about packing a healthy snack. Cheese
stick sales last year were 640 million and Kraft Cheese Sticks had a
364.03% increase from 2010 - 2011. Weight Watchers recently launched
their own line of cheese sticks for their dieters. This product may
increase cheese stick sales beyond current trends by allowing for
non-refrigerated portability. Great impulse item that may be
strategically placed in several key places throughout any store; kid
snack isle, adult snack isle, dieters isle and of course placed right
next to the cheese sticks themselves. This product will work well on
j-hooks and has a very eye catching black and white design.
I personally really like the idea of his handy little gadget because I never pack string cheese in my lunch bag or on the go because if it gets warm it turns rubbery and un-appetizing. I think the price is a good price at $6, but I don't know if I would pay $8 only because I don't eat string cheese a lot of the time, so I don't know if I could be talked into paying a higher price. I drop $5 without thinking on many items, so the closer to that magic $5 price for me the better (for me)!
Don't forget that I ask feedback to be thoughtful and constructive! ;-) Much thanks, and good luck Shea!