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How to get custom products

Learn about the requirements to create your own custom formula

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Written by Alina
Updated over a week ago

At Supliful, we know that standing out in today's crowded market is essential for success. That's why one of the most frequent questions we receive is, "How can I create my own custom formula?"

Creating your brand's unique formulation requires more than mixing ingredients and slapping on a label. It's a careful process that we can help guide you through.

Here's a step-by-step guide on how to get started with custom formulations.

Step 1: Existing Clients with Proven Sales Track Record

Our custom formulations are exclusively offered to our existing clients with a proven sales track record. By doing so, we aim to prevent any situation where we might have an excess inventory of custom products that do not perform optimally.

Step 2: Each Request is a Unique Project

When you express interest in a custom product, we treat it as a unique project. Our dedicated sourcing team leads new supplier prequalification, conducting comprehensive quote comparisons, product creation testing, and skillful negotiations to deliver the best results for you.

Step 3: Minimum Order Quantities and Upfront Payment

It's essential to be aware that custom formulas typically require a minimum order quantity, which can be relatively high. Additionally, to kickstart the customization process, we generally require an upfront payment of at least $10,000. This commitment ensures that we can efficiently bring your exclusive product to life.

Step 4: Ready to Proceed? Let Us Know!

If you are excited to move forward with creating your dream custom product, please don't hesitate to contact us by emailing [email protected] or using the chat widget on our website (available for subscribed users only). We're eager to help you realize your vision! Simply let us know of your interest, and we will connect you with our dedicated merchandising manager for further discussions and guidance.

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