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By Alexander Djordjevic

Foodist Will Appear on German TV Show Galileo


Dear Companists,

Tonight, Foodist will appear on the show Galileo (which starts at 7:05 p.m. CEST) on German TV station Pro7. In a seven-minute feature, a couple will test the Foodist Box. Moreover, viewers will find out how we sample products and make the final decision about the products that will be in the box.



Above all, we hope that this TV feature will have a positive effect on our number of subscribers. At the same time, our appearance on the show "Die Höhle der Löwen" [Dragons' Den] has taught us some valuable lessons, so we are prepared for tonight's TV appearance:

  • We now have the latest information on our stock because we have made an inventory of all goods.
  • We have increased our servers' capacities.
  • We have increased our shipping capacities.
  • We have increased personnel in customer service


We are looking forward to the broadcast and the feedback we will get; we will inform you about the details in an update next week.


Best regards,




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