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Tez C.
Joined: 7/16/2014

Hi.  I'm a fairly new NB user (about three weeks now).

Being all the way over here in Australia, I find one of the hardest things about this whole new 'nutrition' experience is translating "American" into "Australian".

A lot of the fruits and vegetables you refer to in your literature are known locally in Australia by other names, and I'm sure the same must be true for other countries.

I'm enjoying the experience (I was very skeptical to start with!) but wonder if a useful addition to your website would be a page listing fruits, vegetables and other ingredients in a table giving other known names for other locations...

For example...    In Australia, what you refer to as "Arugula"  is known locally as "Rocket Lettuce".    "Swiss Chard" is known here as "Silverbeet".     I haven't been able to find "Collard Greens" anywhere here yet, although I've had two people try to tell me it is also Silverbeet.

Whilst I'm on my soap-box...   Not all of the world uses the Imperial measurement system any more...    Maybe for an organisation as large as Nutribullet, you could afford to distribute literature to other parts of the world in units of measure that are familiar to us....  (I.e. in metric...)  ??    ;-)

Great product - Very happy with it.   Cannot believe the positive affect it has had on me already.

TezAU wrote:

Hi.  I'm a fairly new NB user (about three weeks now).

Being all the way over here in Australia, I find one of the hardest things about this whole new 'nutrition' experience is translating "American" into "Australian".

A lot of the fruits and vegetables you refer to in your literature are known locally in Australia by other names, and I'm sure the same must be true for other countries.

I'm enjoying the experience (I was very skeptical to start with!) but wonder if a useful addition to your website would be a page listing fruits, vegetables and other ingredients in a table giving other known names for other locations...

For example...    In Australia, what you refer to as "Arugula"  is known locally as "Rocket Lettuce".    "Swiss Chard" is known here as "Silverbeet".     I haven't been able to find "Collard Greens" anywhere here yet, although I've had two people try to tell me it is also Silverbeet.

Whilst I'm on my soap-box...   Not all of the world uses the Imperial measurement system any more...    Maybe for an organisation as large as Nutribullet, you could afford to distribute literature to other parts of the world in units of measure that are familiar to us....  (I.e. in metric...)  ??    ;-)

Great product - Very happy with it.   Cannot believe the positive affect it has had on me already.

So glad you are enjoying your experience with the NutriBullet! We are working on making changes and updates to our site to make it more user friendly for all. Stay tuned, changes coming soon.