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First of all Been on Nutrisystem diet, now constipation & menstruation problem? Thanks in advance for any comment. Another question on my mind: I know they talk about this on the food board but our big lots had all sorts of the Nourish foods. So since I am on autodelivery, I called and spoke to a rep and she was FANTASTIC. First she explained that it would be ok to use, check on the expiration dates but for most part everything is a year old, just not expired yet. Then I asked about moving my autoship date and how would it affect my discount. She told me a of a deal of just moving till later in month and actually getting $25 off my order besides the normal discount.

Just feels great to be dealing with a company that cares about you as well as the company..

Wish the auto repair shop would have been a fraction as nice to deal with...

asked Apr 21 at 12:30

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Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could give you an answer..

answered Apr 21 at 12:57

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From what I understand the Costco deal goes on until March. I did hear however, that the people going through this do not get to choose what food they want, they get a package that Nutrisystem has put together. Sounds like a wrehouse clearing out deal to me...

answered Apr 21 at 13:10

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You get the Favorites package if you order from Costco...

answered Apr 21 at 13:23

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And you get 35 days of food. The big cardboard card you take up to the front to make the purchase lists the foods that you will get..

Gianavel is right, though. It's just the Favorites box with free week. The 25% off is off the full price of all 35 days of food. I'm saving money right now, and I'm going to get one more before the promotion is over...

answered Apr 21 at 14:05

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My sister called me from Georgia and told me that (I think she said BigLots, but it could be another one of the store clubs) they had Nutrisystem lunch items for as little a $1 ...most under the price on our packing slips for the items..

Some of the soups were with some 3 for $3..

When I asked her what they looked like, she said they were not packed in Blue, Green or Red...or even listed as Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, or Dessert items. And, they were packaged in gray and black boxes....but were packaged under the "nutrisystem" name. It sounded a bit fishy to me until I saw this thread..

If they are sold in stores...away from the "Plan"...are they packaged differently? Why is it sold this way and at cheaper prices?..

answered Apr 21 at 14:51

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Big Lots sells the "Nourish" foods that come in a black and tan box. They are marked on the side of the package as to whether they are "breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert"...

answered Apr 21 at 15:51

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Thanks, Libra.....

Does that mean that the "Nurish" foods are something completely different from the Nutrisystem products? Some sort of copy-cat company trying to fool people in.

Thinking they are getting Nutrisystem items. My sister said "they look like the items advertised on TV.".

I will have to call her tonight before she buys out the place....she said she was going to go from one location to another to see what items they had...

answered Apr 21 at 16:43

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Nourish was the name prior to the Advanced plan..

They are Nutrisystem items at Big Lots...

answered Apr 21 at 17:34

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