It's none other than 2-min instant noodles which is popularly known as “MAGGI” worldwide.
————————-Image from google 3.5 oz ( 100 gm)———————-
Maggi noodles were sold at Rs 10 for 100 gm.
With the ascending demand for it,
Nestle changed it’s price from Rs 10 to Rs 11 for 100 gm Maggi noodles, Suddenly its demand slope went downward very rapidly!
The Reason could be that the customer needed to bring another spare Rs 1 coin every single time, so it could piss off many people and quickly move to another instant noodles for lesser price like Ramen, Wai wai.
Nestle noticed this quickly and could not afford to lose their customers and profit, so they came up with some great marketing skills. They brought maggi back to Rs 10 and while lowering it’s quantity from 100 gm to 95 gm.
Did customer notice this change?
So They kept lowering its quantity each time.
and now it’s Just 70gm
So within a span of few years Nestle managed to reduce Maggi noodles quantity to 70 % of its original size.
——————Image from Google (75gm instant maggi noodles)————
~So next time when your stomach doesn’t get filled by a single Maggi noodles, it’s not only that you became bigger but Maggi noodles got smaller! ~