Wholesale/dropship question for a new guy....

Capulus

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Dropship question: I'm trying to decide if I should dropship (private label) to start my online coffee business, versus packaging my own and selling via a website. Can any of you give me some advice and some feedback, thanks. Any dropshipers for coffee and coffe eqipment that you might recommend? Any advice will be greatly appreciated. :D
 

jlyon10

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drop ship

I sell green coffee to home roasters. I do not roast except for my own consumption. I do also sell roasted coffee from a drop shipper. I have had several, not because they weren't good but because they didn't want to do it any more. I currently am using speciality roast, but I also know of someone in my state that might do drop shipping, I will give you his site after he tells me if he drop ships.
 
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Capulus

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Dropship info...

Thanks for the response. Hey, what are the do's & dont's about doing business with a dropshiper? Can you share some experience. I'm going to try this out, but there is a ton of info I'm trying to get a grasp on. Let me know if you contact the person you know, thanks.
 

jlyon10

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OK, he said yes, his company is www.muddydogcoffee.com, his email is Sales@muddydogcoffee.com. I think the biggest problem with drop shipping is finding someone willing to do it. Then if they are willing to do it the price has to be low enough for you to make some money. I really like drop shipping, my problem is getting people to my web site.
 
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Capulus

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Thanks for taking the time to relate this info to me, it's greatly appreciated.
 

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