2Topics to Cover How Product Category affects pricing Pricing for agenciesFood Bank Costs & Inventory Value
3Product Categories Donated Purchased USDA/Government There are three “basic” Product Categories of product:DonatedPurchasedUSDA/Government
4Types of Product Pricing Service Fee/Shared Maintenance = What the agency pays for Donated Product.Base Price = What the agency pays for Purchased Product. Can be subject to Markup.VAP (Value Added Product) = Portion of agency cost that got passed on to the agency to offset the food bank’s cost for repacking.Food Bank Cost/ValueFB Cost = What the Food Bank pays for Purchased Product.Value = The value of Donated Product.
5DSA Set-Up – Product Categories Check the appropriate checkboxes for pricing for agencies:Check box if any product in the category can potentially have that charge.
6DSA Set-Up – Product Categories Use Donor Value per poundThis will allow product with mixed weights to get valued by the weight coming in and going out, rather than by the unit.
7Donor Value Settings (For Donated Product) Food Bank Setup General 4 tab: Set Current Market Value
8Donor Value Settings (For Donated Product) FA Product Types: Set Donor Value by product type (if applicable):
9DSA Setup- MarkupsYou can markup the price of Purchased Product in 2 ways:Set Markup Percent on Product to allow for differing percents per product.Assign a markup level with a fixed percent to agencies.This allows the same product to get distributed to different agencies at different markup amounts.
10DSA Set-Up – Service Fee Levels Set the appropriate service fees for Donated Product (Or USDA if there is a charge).
11How Service Fee Levels Work: Allows the same product to go to different agencies at a different price.Each service fee level is given a default amount equal to price for the majority of donated products.Each agency is given a service fee level with the correct default amount.If a product’s category is set to charge service fee, the agency pays the default amount, unless the price is overridden.
12Service Fee Levels – How they work Agencies with SF Full Share will pay $.18/lb.Agencies with SF Reduced Share will pay only $.10/lb.Agencies with SF No Share will get the same product for free.Note: The default amount only applies to a product if an override has not been made for that service fee level.
13Agency Maintenance - Set Agency Service Fee Level This agency will pay $.18/lb for shared maintenance product that does not have a Full Share level override Amount.
14Agency Maintenance - Set Agency Service Fee Level This agency will pay $.10/lb for shared maintenance product that does not have a Reduced Share level override Amount.
15Product Master - Service Fee tab Used to set prices to an amount other than the default.
16Product Master - Service Fee tab Nothing is required if the agency price is the default service feeIf no settings, agencies will pay the default amount for their SF Level:Full Share will pay $.18/lb.Reduced Share will pay $.10/lb.No Share will get the product at no charge.
17Product Master - Service Fee tab If the Donated or USDA Product has a special price, enter the amount of the Service Fee for each Price Level on the Service Fee tabThis setup will make this product zero charge for ALL agencies.
18Product Master - Service Fee tab This setup will make this product no charge to Reduced Share level agencies only.Agencies with Full Share level will continue to pay $.18/lb.
19What will this setup do for you? Answer: Absolutely Nothing
20Use Override settingUse Override will make the Override Amount be in affect on the next order.
21Use Default settingUse Default will add the Default Amount to the next receipt for the product.
22Receipt Detail – Service Fee tab 2 Purposes:Used to override the Product and System Default service fee.Used to price product at the receipt level to allow price to differ per receipt.
23Override the System Default service fee setting This will override the Full Share and Reduced Share system default amounts and make the product free from this receipt only.
24Override the Product service fee setting This will override the Full Share and Reduced Share product level override amounts and make the product free from this receipt only.
25Pricing Purchased Product Price is by the unit.You can enter a “Base Price” and allow the system to add a markup amount.You can enter it as a selling price with no additional mark up.
26Product Maintenance – Default Settings: Product Master - General 2 tabCheck “Use Default Base Price on Receipt” and enter a value (what the Agency pays)Check “Use Default FBC/DV on Receipt” and enter a value (what the Food Bank pays)
27Product Maintenance – Override Setting: General 1 tab: If the Purchased Product has the same price on all receipts, enter the value in the “Override Unit Price” field.
28Receipt Detail – Base Price Set Base Price to the price agency pays per unit. Base Price can be marked up.
29Receipt Detail – Override Sell Price The Override Sell Price will override the Override Unit Cost in Product Maintenance for this receipt only.
30Marking up Purchased Product Set the Markup level for each agency
31Markup by ProductAgencies with markup level with “Use Product Markup” will be charged at 12% Markup.Agencies with markup level with a fixed percent will be charged at that fixed percent.
32Food Bank CostProduct General 2 tab: Set Default Amount for Purchased Products
33Donor Value Options for donated product: You can set the value in product maintenance as a default.
34You can have the value default to FA Product Type amount.
35You can have the product default to System Market Value.
36Receipt Detail FB Cost/DV ALL Value for ALL product is pulled from the FB Cost/Donor Value on the Receipt Detail:
37VAP Product Setting on Receipt is informational only. Indicates what portion of total charge is VAP.