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Topic # 22705 5-Jun-2008 22:49
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Apparently someone said they saw them at Woolworths, I want to try the staple diet of Americans

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  Reply # 135860 6-Jun-2008 08:29
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(drool)
You used to be able to buy them from all dairys etc, but Im talking 20yrs odd ago....  and then Woolworths or New World did stock them on and off over the years but havent seen any for over 10 years now.

If you find them, let me know Tongue out




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  Reply # 135872 6-Jun-2008 08:55
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Try Kirkcaldies in Wellington - they had quite a few American snack foods at one stage. Other than that if you know anybody who visits Aussie regularly there is a chain called Sugar Fix who sell plenty of American snack foods and are bound to sell them.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 135884 6-Jun-2008 09:25
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http://www.zillion.co.nz/listing/5437971/
might be your best bet




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