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[Dollarama] 3-for-1 4Fun Chocolate Bars (KitKat Chunky knock-off) for $1.00

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espo2k wrote:
Sep 24th, 2017 9:59 pm
Kitkat alternative is called 4fun, not kitkat
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my bad, read too fast....
Spent around 10 mins looking for that yesterday
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Sep 9, 2017
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These bars are great! Just crushed a 4fun bar I found laying around.... They have been around a while actually, and are a top notch knockoff... Would love to see them bring out a crunch bar knockoff!
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jeff1970 wrote:
Sep 20th, 2017 8:57 pm
I remember my old workplace, the vending machine girl would stock the machine with these Dollarama chocolate bars. I was the only one that recognized the bars, everyone else was wondering where the heck these bars came from, and what they would taste like, but no one wanted to try.

I've had the Meteor bar, it was pretty good.
Yes, but the question is...did you ask the vending machine girl out?
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MrFrugal1 wrote:
Sep 24th, 2017 8:12 pm
Are these things of Chinese origin?
After the melamine in baby formula fiasco, I'm highly suspect of any food products out of China.
Here, try a "Cadmium's Murky Way Bar"...
Nice try, but no, they are from Turkey which is China of Chocolate/Candy world.

Are you also suspicious of water in Canada after Walkerton?
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crystallight wrote:
Sep 25th, 2017 12:01 am
Yes, but the question is...did you ask the vending machine girl out?
I can imagine a Seinfeld Episode out of that story lol. George would obviously play as @jeff1970 .
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It seems like these days people can't afford brand name items, instead have to settle for these God-only-knows-what's-in-it bars... It's so pathetic, in fact Dollarama is the only retailer growing in Canada.
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X24Secret wrote:
Sep 25th, 2017 1:44 am
Nice try, but no, they are from Turkey which is China of Chocolate/Candy world.
Are you also suspicious of water in Canada after Walkerton?

Why a "Nice try"? It is a legitimate concern.
Waverton's water contamination was a result of gross incompetency. The melamine additives put into baby formula in China (it was also added to pet food imported to this country), was done deliberately to increase their profits.
It's one thing to buy sketchy Chinese electronic knock-offs, (which may or may not burn your house down), but it's another thing all together when you are ingesting products of dubious (and potentially deadly) quality from a country that has had questionable food safety and inspections.
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Have to laugh at all who are defending Nestle like they are the gold standard of chocolate. Face With Tears Of Joy

I'd probably take the Turkish chocolate over Nestle, based on the ingredient list alone. Most Nestle products these days are terrible. If i'm buying a grocery store chocolate bar, it's going to be Cadbury.
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vintazh wrote:
Sep 25th, 2017 4:50 am
It seems like these days people can't afford brand name items, instead have to settle for these God-only-knows-what's-in-it bars... It's so pathetic, in fact Dollarama is the only retailer growing in Canada.
If the brand names have already outsourced everything then why can't the consumers bypass them and go directly to the source?
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vintazh wrote:
Sep 25th, 2017 4:50 am
... It's so pathetic, ...
You're the one who were interested enough to enter the thread and document your presence
X24Secret wrote:
Sep 25th, 2017 1:44 am
Are you also suspicious of water in Canada after Walkerton?
MrFrugal1 wrote:
Sep 25th, 2017 8:17 am
Waverton's water ...
How can someone quote someone one moment then horribly misspell pertinent information in the reply?
Fair or unfair, you're gonna take a credibility hit
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so i bought some of these to take with me last weekend for my golfing trip.

had some in my golf bag Saturday and it was pretty hot out.

Anyway, grabbed one in the afternoon and i thought the chocolate would be melted but it was just kinda soft and bendy, seemed a little like playdoh.

i ate it but not sure if i will go back for more.
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jenviea wrote:
Sep 25th, 2017 11:17 am
How can someone quote someone one moment then horribly misspell pertinent information in the reply?
Fair or unfair, you're gonna take a credibility hit
That would be auto-correct that decided to use Waverton.
And really, I think the point is still pertinent. My "credibility" has little to do with it.
If you want to check my "credibility", he's some fun reading....Scientific America

I'm not saying that this candy from Turkey is bad. I initially just questioned its country of origin.
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thanks OP hope to find some at my DR :)
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steven80 wrote:
Sep 21st, 2017 10:02 am
All of the Dollarama knock-off bars burn the shit out of my throat when I eat them.
steven80 wrote:
Sep 21st, 2017 10:39 am
Lol no, I guess I'm sensitive to fake/crap chocolate.
steven80 wrote:
Sep 21st, 2017 10:51 am
I've had the Meteor and the Island one many times. I work 5min from a Dollarama and I frequent there often for their candy... even after they raised the prices :P
Why would you keep buying them if they burn your throat?!? Astonished Face
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I could not find them in my local Dollarama in Metro Vancouver. Anyone have any luck?

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