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|Tyratech's PureScience range has recently been classified as suitable for use,without restriction, in organic production or food processing and handling, according to the USDA National Organic Program Rule.
With organic production claimed to be more profitable than conventional methods,this classification should render the PureScience range attractive to both organic and non organic units alike.
(USDA is committed to supporting the continued growth of the organic livestock and poultry sector, and ensuring consumer confidence in the organic market, which in 2015 was worth over $43 billion in the U.S. alone. To build on this support, it has been a top priority to strengthen standards for organic livestock and poultry, ensuring that we meet consumer expectations and maintain the integrity of the USDA organic seal. )
The USDA organic seal,gained by Tyratech is immensely topical as the rules are being tightened and enforceable from May 2017 .
The mission of the National Organic Program, part of USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), is to protect the integrity of organic products in the U.S. and around the world. This means creating clear and enforceable standards that protect the organic integrity of products from farm to table. Consumers trust and look for the USDA organic seal because they know that USDA stands behind the standards that it represents.
"Today,(Jan 2017) USDA announced a final rule regarding organic livestock and poultry production practices. The rule strengthens the organic standards, and ensures that all organic animals live in pasture based systems utilizing production practices that support their well-being and natural behavior. It’s an important step that will strengthen consumer confidence in the USDA organic seal and ensure that organic agriculture continues to provide economic opportunities for farmers, ranchers, and businesses across the country. "|
|BIKWIK,when he provided his overview from a charting perspective,pointed out that historically the TYRU share price tended to rise strongly each spring only to slip back again over the latter months of the year.
With the share price now exhibiting signs of life,it would be encouraging if we could see some follow through over coming weeks.
With a decent set of results we might even avoid a subsequent price reversal.
Fingers crossed !|
|Great Day !|
|when you do the check of stock availability of vamousse do the same for hedrin lotion and then report back the number for each product for the post code. try 6 miles for wc1 and say a less populated area.
you can put me in whatever category you like . i have placed you in ramper and it is up to readers to see what they think. your calculation above suggests $32m sales however they only declared 4m last year .
on that basis the shares should have gone up rather than down in that period .|
|Yes, Al H, from under 3% to 3.94% so it would seem to be at least one large trade of about 1% or something larger. We'll never know.
Nobby, first time I've also seen this type of announcement from a SB Company. There are an awful lot of TYRU shares off the table and with only 148m out there we may be in for some very volatile trading in the next couple of months.|
|I presume my Spreadex holding is part of that 3%! In all my other shares I have never seen a spreadbet company having a notifiable holding so as you say michael, some people are making large bets that we have turned the corner.
As we have repeatedly said the current market cap of about one times turnover is completely ridiculous. Oh and we have bounced decisively off the low of 1.875p for the 7th time!
|So that's a SB long of around 2 to 8.65 million shares taken out. No way of knowing their long position below 3%, could have been zilch.|
|Someone's having a rather large bet ahead of results next month...and it has spurred some buying interest.
Perhaps the tide is about to turn.|
|Boots has been selling Vamousse for about two and a half years now.
On their website there's a 'check store stock' option. Key in a post code and you'll see 10 stores within about 5 or 6 miles of that post code and all have stock available.
So after two and a half years there doesn't appear to be any delisting of Vamousse at Boots. Tesco's, Sainsbury's & Morrissons have all expanded the number of outlets stocking Vamousse so I really can't see any evidence of any delisting.|
|I only report what I see as sales which is when the number on the shelf goes down. Of course I could easily miss some sales so could be underestimating significantly.
Of course in addition because it is more expensive than the others, per unit sale it will generate more turnover for that shelf space.
And Harold I find your comments disappointing. I thought we were having a healthy debate where of course we will give our side of the argument.
|ma> You have answered yourself - Either push money or selling well - Only time will tell - Only solution would be for a quick and dirty store check (say 25-35 stores and talk to the section hand to find out rate of sales - OK TYRU may have this data or approximation of it but lack of definative news could be concerning -
Web check of Boots stores suggests well distributed and in stock - Cannot find a comparable Tesco link - (anyone got one ?)|
Can you explain this if Vamousse isn't selling well?
In addition to the progress in the USA, we are pleased to announce positive developments in our UK distribution network also. Tesco, which had until recently been selling the Vamousse Treatment product through its pharmacy counters, will also place the product into open shelving, making it more accessible and visible to customers. Tesco has also confirmed separately, that it will almost double the number of stores stocking TyraTech's Vamousse Treatment product.
Either Tyratech are paying Tesco for this or the products are selling well, we have not been told.
BTW you haven't answered Nobby's question regarding other brands. We know Vamousse has already taken a good slice of the market so why would retailers keep stocking brands that sell less than Vamousse?
Keep your stupid comments to yourself otherwise I'll be obliged to lump you in with the uneducated idiot that is doing his damndest to ruin this thread...
haroldthegreat 19 Mar '17 - 13:32 - 1619 of 1620 0 0
Pug save your breath the 2 main posters do not like any adverse comments.
We encourage sensible debate be it positive or negative. I welcome PUG's input.|
|Nobby did offer to buy me some vamousse which I declined as I can afford to buy it myself and did not want to waste valuable space on slow moving lines.
In fact smaller retailers are less likely to delist slower moving lines than larger ones.|
|Pug save your breath the 2 main posters do not like any adverse comments.you are quite correct re delisting and you will find many boots did not stock it in the first place. You do not know how much they are paying for the shelf space ,either directly or by additional discount. rrp is £15 but my local Saintsbury's had it at £10 for months.as they are not a local charity they must have been given a large discount in one way or another .as a lice cure seller I still haven't had one request for it.
Luckily I did not buy the shares when launched as I disagreed with Bruno over pricing .also over some of his charts comparing their insect repellents with 30%deet when UK guidelines suggest 50%.
I will report on the board when we get a request for vamousse .we shift about 10 lice products a week either by sale or giving away on minor ailment schemes.|
|Nobby - If only selling one box per week per store - very likely (imo) May well not meet revenue targets. If significantly more then a different matter - I am going by your reported off shelf movement - Is it correct ?|
Vamousse has got over 10% of the head lice market. There are multiple other products (full marks, Hedrin, Lyclear etc) so none of them are going to sell much more than 1 a week. So are you suggesting that Boots delists all of them? Vamousse has less space on the shelf than say Hedrin products so doesn't have to sell so many boxes to justify its position.
Your comment defies belief!
|michaelsadvfn. The store would want to delist (imo) as only $20 per line per week is only $1,040 per line p/a - below threshold (imo) for many major mults to carry. May I suggest you talk to any trade buyer if you doubt me.
Does anyone know what how many cartons (retail selling units) to a Vamouse SKU?|
So, if only 1 Vamousse unit was sold per week per outlet you'd expect a delisting?
How odd. Given that the current selling price is in excess of $20 and outlets(not including Amazon) are open, say 250, days per year that comes out at...
32,000 x 50 x $20 = $32,000,000.
You know the margin would leave over $20m clear profit.
Why would they want to delist Vamousse?|
|I'd all bail out whilst you can, and leave "michaels" high and dry.
Least he deserves.|
|mudbath: Delisting comment, having spent virtually all my working life in FMCG marketing. If any of by brands were only selling one unit per week per store in Boots or Lloyds I would certainly have expected a delisting in the near future - It is not the sales into the trade that matter it is consumer offtake that pulls the stock through and leads to re-orders. Without access to internal re-order levels no real way of judging the position but one unit per store (example above Nobbygnome) makes me wonder whether I should bail out at a loss rather than wait for a bigger loss later.
(All IMO based on commercial experience)|
|Well PUGUGLY,the Vamousse division is both profitable and cash generative,whilst other aspects of Tyratech are patently progressing towards a similar goal.
Itc,I see no requirement for "delisting bin" scaremongering,particularly as you are a shareholder here.
Imo,one would not go far wrong in accumulating a holding at 2 pence or even slightly below,for there is the potential for a very positive news flow emanating from the company throughout 2017 and beyond.|