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Old Nov 14th 2013, 2:04 am
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Originally Posted by mandpete
No King's near me . Wegmans has Tiptree Christmas and Plum puddings but they are quite pricey, sometimes they have mince pies but not seen them yet this year. My Mum brings over the pudding every year. Aldi pudding came out top in the ratings so that's what we're having this year.
Sorry I got you mixed up with some one else. .
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Those in Boston, Kiki's out in Brighton have stacks of Mr Kiplings...
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Wegmans have Christmas puddings out already. $6-25 depending on the size you want.
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Saw PGTips at Target yesterday.
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Saw PGTips at Target yesterday.
They also sell them at CVS Pharmacys
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Publix and Target, their stores in Florida anyway, have a pretty decent selection of items ranging from Jaffa cakes to Bisto gravy.
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Wegmans were discontinuing their Earl Grey and Breakfast blend tea bags, so what they've got are a buck or so a packet for 50 count boxes.
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Perfectly acceptable vintage mature cheddar in Safeways!
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Hi all,
Has anyone come across proper oxo cubes (the red ones) or bisto powder (NOT granules) i the Phoenix area? SO expensive to have them bought over
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Originally Posted by raceman
Hi all,
Has anyone come across proper oxo cubes (the red ones) or bisto powder (NOT granules) i the Phoenix area? SO expensive to have them bought over
Have you investigated BCS? Don't know what they charge for delivery to USA and of course it's all more costly than in the UK-but..gravy absolutely must have Oxo cubes.
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Originally Posted by raceman
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Has anyone come across proper oxo cubes (the red ones) or bisto powder (NOT granules) i the Phoenix area? SO expensive to have them bought over
They sell them in my local SAFEWAY!
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JUST AN FYI

One of my contracts is working within the natural food industry and I deal with most of the major chain stores acrossed the US on a daily basis....If you have a product that you want ask the store manager if they can get it, many locations will happily order for you if you ask and they have access to the product......SAFEWAY,KROGER RALEYS are great examples because they won't have a minimum order
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Originally Posted by raceman
Hi all,
Has anyone come across proper oxo cubes (the red ones) or bisto powder (NOT granules) i the Phoenix area? SO expensive to have them bought over
Wegmans sell the bisto powder.
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Originally Posted by raceman
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Has anyone come across proper oxo cubes (the red ones) or bisto powder (NOT granules) i the Phoenix area? SO expensive to have them bought over
I have just thrown about 3 doz Oxo cubes out.
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Originally Posted by Jerseygirl
I have just thrown about 3 doz Oxo cubes out.

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO get them out the bin!
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