Canada, We Hear You!


#1

Soylent is now shipping to Canada.


Any updates on international shipping?
#2

#3

Welcome aboard, Canadians! :thumbsup:

Here are some things to make you feel more at home here on the message boards :

 
 
They were the most Canadian-y things I could find.


#4

wahoooooooooooooo! How can I get my order to be shipped? I got charged 2 years ago so I hope everything is still okay.


#5

Contact info@soylent.com, our friendly customer service team will assist you.


#6

Cool! Is pricing in Canadian or US dollars?


#7

Ship to Asia next please :slight_smile:


#8

This is great news. What shipping company are you using, @Conor ?


#9

Whereas I appreciate the effort, I just don’t think anyone will care about this.


#10

Yeah, just a small thing, haha.


#11

#12

@rob knows more about this agreement probably.


#13

One step closer to dropping the price and feeding the world. This is awesome.


#14

This is really good news. No more problems shipping to friends, family and UPS stores in the U.S. Thanks Soylent…


#15

Really excited for this, but I’m wondering about shipping. @rob - is it possible to get even a rough estimate? Another US product I looked at using wanted $24 shipping for $10 worth of product. I’m completely excited, but I’ve been burned too often to start paying without knowing about shipping.

Thanks


#16

If I understand your question, shipping is free (included in the purchase price).

From the orders page:

Where we ship: Anywhere in the United States and Canada.

Additional charge for shipping one-time orders to Hawaii and Alaska.


#17

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

No more reshipper for me!

IN YOUR FACE, RESHIPPER!


#18

Thanks - that’s not normal for Canadian orders, so I’m a bit wary. But I’m too excited to end up too far back in the queue, so I’m going to chance it. :smile:


#19

@Conor . My credit card is in my hand.

$CAD255 for 112+ meals. Yes/no?

In other words: I am in Canada, and want Soylent shipped to a Canadian address. Will I be paying $255 in Canadian dollars, or in United States dollars?


#20

That’s really more a question for Rosa Labs/Soylent, and not a forum of users.

Try emailing the company?