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Crush Pineapple - Where to buy?!?!?!?!

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Crush Pineapple - Where to buy?!?!?!?!

Well I will make this short and simple. I am reaching out to my RFD family!! Where can I buy Crush Pineapple?!?!?!?!

I have found a few websites, but they charge $50+ shipping for a case. I know these are made only available to the Maritimes (Correct me if I am wrong) but I wanted to find a way to buy them local!
I am in CALGARY and I occasionally visit families and friends in Edmonton. If anyone have any idea on how I can lay my hand on one of these, it will be greatly appreciated!!

Perhaps not just Calgary and Edmonton, ANY location across Canada will help, I am sure there are people from every Canadian cities looking for these!!

Thanks Guys!!!!!!!
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Sep 4th, 2013 2:34 pm
thanks you, i like this balls a lot, at Tin Horton... i got balls before at walmart and where all dry and old
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You have to look in stores that sell Newfie products. I have seen it in No Frills in Brampton (Bramalea) as there are alot of Newfies in the area. According to Crush's wikipedia page, you can find it easily in Newfoundland and Fort McMurray (I assume because alot of Newfies are out there for work.) I realize that Fort McMurray isn't close to Calgary but you did say anywhere in Canada so at least it is in the same province.
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I've never heard of pineapple-flavoured Crush...I thought this thread was about finding cans of crushed pineapple!! :confused:
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Wowsers, didn't even know this was made.... and I'm stuck on the prairies, too.

Looked on the crush site - Newfoundland also has Birch Beer - licorice and vanilla flavoured.

Please call the Crush consumer toll free number (1-877-350-6587) if you are looking for a specific flavour in your area.
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natalka wrote:
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Wowsers, didn't even know this was made.... and I'm stuck on the prairies, too.

Looked on the crush site - Newfoundland also has Birch Beer - licorice and vanilla flavoured.

Please call the Crush consumer toll free number (1-877-350-6587) if you are looking for a specific flavour in your area.
We have the Crush Birch Beer in Brampton, too. Right beside the Pineapple Crush. You have to look for stores that carry in Newfie products or in areas with large Newfie populations.
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Yeah I heard about Fort Mc, apparently there is a newfie area there. I emailed Crush and acquired about why these are not sold in Alberta!! Hopefully they will reply lol.
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thanks you, i like this balls a lot, at Tin Horton... i got balls before at walmart and where all dry and old
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Is "Newfie" not a derogatory term or ethnic slur for a Newfoundlander? I always thought it was as most Newfoundlanders find the term offensive, aside from those that use it themselves that is (just like the n word used by black people).

Just sayin' so you don't get in hot water...this place has some people on a tight leash lately.
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its sold at the mary browns on 50th street and just north of the yellowhead in Edmonton, they have a newfie store attached to the mary browns.
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Is "Newfie" not a derogatory term or ethnic slur for a Newfoundlander? I always thought it was as most Newfoundlanders find the term offensive, aside from those that use it themselves that is (just like the n word used by black people).

Just sayin' so you don't get in hot water...this place has some people on a tight leash lately.
no its not, we call ourselves newfie and are proud of it.
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its sold at the mary browns on 50th street and just north of the yellowhead in Edmonton, they have a newfie store attached to the mary browns.
they even sell the good meatballs and gravy, and all the purity products.
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Cas77 wrote:
May 1st, 2014 4:39 pm
Is "Newfie" not a derogatory term or ethnic slur for a Newfoundlander? I always thought it was as most Newfoundlanders find the term offensive, aside from those that use it themselves that is (just like the n word used by black people).

Just sayin' so you don't get in hot water...this place has some people on a tight leash lately.
Agreed that people are overly sensitive around here lately and I wouldn't be surprised if someone took it wrong but it is not a derogatory term. All the Newfies I know, including my own brother-in-law, call themselves Newfies or Newfs for short. As I mentioned, I live in an area with a large population from Newfoundland, which is why stores like No Frills carry these products. They also carry Purity products and the Downhome magazine. I even noticed Purity products recently at the local Walmart. My brother-in-law lives in Quebec and his son took him home a care package of Newfie products that he bought in Brampton. Who would have ever thought that.
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i remember having crush pineapple once somewhere in the GTA and i liked it.. but never saw it again...

also, i never knew there was crush lime until about 3-4 years ago... and supposedly its been around since the 80s.. but i never saw it in stores growing up in markham.. and i hung out at the convenience stores playing arcades all the time lol
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Crush Pineapple can also be found in specialty stores that normally carry the British sodas.
They now include the Newfoundland sodas as well as some American choices.
If you still can not find Crush Pineapple, there's always the American Fanta Pineapple. It's not bad!
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Sobey's has a Maritimes aisle, I see it there all the time, along with Crush Birch Beer

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