I Found A New Place To Buy Hi-Ratio, I Think?

Business By HannahsMomi Updated 10 Jan 2014 , 12:46pm by CakeCandy1

HannahsMomi Posted 10 Oct 2013 , 12:41pm
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Has anyone used Stover and Company to purchase supplies from?  There prices are quite reasonable compared to others, even with shipping.  I just wanted to check and see if anyone uses them and whether or not they are happy with this company??  Thanks guys!!



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yumtum Posted 17 Dec 2013 , 12:59am
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ASTOVERCOMPANY.COM is the BEST!!!! I can't say this enough!!! I have purchased nearly 100lb of chocolate in less than 2mo. I have also bought great quality flour. BSM brand, sugar and baking powder. The chocolate is uber cheap. $20 for 10lb Merckens and $34 for 10lb CALLEBAUT. Ryan, the owner is a sweet person and great to deal with. You won't regret it, trust me!

HannahsMomi Posted 17 Dec 2013 , 1:33am
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Thanks so much for the info!  I have been buying my Hi-Ratio from them since my original post and they are great so far!  Maybe I'll have to start getting my chocolate from there too...

cfao Posted 18 Dec 2013 , 1:30pm
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what is the shipping cost for a 50# cube of hi-ratio? I just went on their site and their prices are much better than my supplier

anavillatoro1 Posted 18 Dec 2013 , 2:11pm
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ALet us now how much is for shipping please

shanter Posted 19 Dec 2013 , 1:29am
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I suggest you get in touch with Stover & Co. Ask them: If I ordered this and this, how much would the shipping be to zip code _____.

MBalaska Posted 19 Dec 2013 , 1:48am
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Is that like the Russell Stover candy company

shanter Posted 19 Dec 2013 , 2:53am
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MnSnow Posted 19 Dec 2013 , 3:37am
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Well for me, this is not fesible. Shipping is almost the same price as the product (Hi-Ratio Shortening)


MBalaska Posted 20 Dec 2013 , 3:54am
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Originally Posted by MnSnow 

Well for me, this is not fesible. Shipping is almost the same price as the product (Hi-Ratio Shortening)


ditto.  Shipping to Alaska is expensive.  It's been really nice to find so many homemade recipes for things like modeling chocolate and fondant.


Now if I could just get my DH to build me a trans-fat shortening maker.............:lol:

CakeCandy1 Posted 10 Jan 2014 , 12:46pm
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If you are looking to ship to Alaska, you would be better to call and place your order with customer service, and ask for Ryan.  UPS charges 2x more to Alaska than USPS.  USPS takes a bit longer, but it is 1/2 the price.


Shipping 50lbs is expensive, and that is why we tried to make the price as affordable as we can.  We do not make any money on shipping, but charge what UPS charges us.

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