SAN FRANCISCO, U.S. — Silicon Valley-based technology firm Pooki’s Mahi announced today Founder/CEO Leslie Magsalay-Zeller introduces new Keurig decaf coffee bulk Kona Decaf coffee pods in limited quantities to smaller businesses unable to meet strict reseller policies. Resellers must provide Certificate of Insurance (COI), COI renewal statement, 26+ week forecast and abide by Manufacturing Approved Pricing (MAP) policies.
Smaller retailers and wholesale coffee club members receive the same discount and required to purchase a minimum of one bulk case. The new bulk case gives resellers unable to meet Pooki’s Mahi strict reseller requirements an opportunity to sell the Silicon Valley-based luxury coffee pods. The stringent process protects existing resellers from price gouging, counterfeit coffee pods sold by unauthorized resellers. Founder/CEO Leslie Magsalay-Zeller has 100% control of Pooki’s Mahi supply chain and limits the number of available units sold on global marketplaces.
Pooki’s Mahi Founder/CEO Leslie Magsalay-Zeller explains, “We have strict requirements for resellers to sell Pooki’s Mahi products. I designed the policies to protect Pooki’s Mahi brands, 150+ IP, and to weed out individuals or firms looking to scam customers. I have a zero-tolerance for unauthorized firms or individuals selling Pooki’s Mahi products. 100% of smaller customers flunked Pooki’s Mahi initial review. Pooki’s Mahi requires COI, COI renewal statement and a 26+ week forecast along with additional documentation. The strict process ensures that only legitimate businesses are selling authentic Pooki’s Mahi products.”
“To prevent unauthorized resellers I’ve lowered the discounts for wholesale coffee club members. Unauthorized firms participating in ‘get rich scams’ will not be able to make a profit against legitimate resellers. Pooki’s Mahi controls the product catalog, campaigns, and supply chain on national grocery chains, global marketplaces, and authorized resellers. Pooki’s Mahi strict policies protect existing customers from unauthorized resellers selling defective or counterfeit Pooki’s Mahi products,” the Silicon Valley technology executive continues.