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Does anyone buy there petfood from a wholesaler or manufacturer? I have two cats who usually have dry food in the morning and soft in the evening. My boy cat has recently had a reaccurring FUTI so i have been advised to only give him soft food, which is a lot more expensive! I'm hoping to be able to find a cheap website or contact where i can cut out the middle man and hopefully the price.
Wholesale gas and electricity prices in the UK hit a five-year low at the end of 2015, energy market analysts have said. A mild winter and lower global commodity prices were behind the fall, according to market information provider ICIS. Pressure is mounting on the UK's big six energy suppliers to cut their prices in line with falling costs. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-35309741
Britain's big six energy companies have come under pressure from the regulator and consumer groups to cut household gas and electricity bills following a sharp drop in wholesale costs. The regulator Ofgem said that at the start of this month gas prices for next day delivery reached their lowest level since September 2010 and were 38% below this time last year. Prices for electricity reached their lowest level since April 2010, and are currently 23% lower than June 2013. Despite that, the regulator said that the suppliers – SSE, EDF Energy, Scottish Power, E.ON, npower and British Gas – were showing no signs of reducing prices, or even of explaining to customers why they were not doing so. In a letter to the industry, Ofgem said a failure to engage with consumers on this issue "further risks undermining public confidence in the energy market". The regulator said that while there were upward pressures on energy costs from government schemes to support environmental objectives and network renewal, the costs of wholesale power and gas, which account for half the prices paid by consumers, "dwarfed" these. The letter is expected to add credence to the view that Britain's energy firms are quick to put prices up when wholesale bills rise, but slow to cut them when the reverse happens http://www.theguardian.com/money/2014/jun/10/energy-firms-gas-electricity-pressure-cut-bills-sharp-drop-wholesale-costs-ofgem