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[Amazon.ca] Amazon.ca: Nutella 1KG tub $6.12

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darkspider wrote: What do you guys eat this with?
just a peice of bread. i have an active job so a couple pieces of bread folded up with the goodness is great.
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Temporel wrote: Well, you can call MoonPatrol "Karen" all you want but (s)he started a debate and probably got a few people (like me) thinking about Nutella in a different way.
i did not think it was a vegetable but it got me to NOT order it although I have Free delivery because of yesterday's Amazon Prime event.
And this is why people should never shut up about health and environment issues, no matter what red hat wearers on the other side are typing. You can smell the hate they have for environmental concerns and will probably find distasteful Greta memes on their FB wall.
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Wheatboy wrote: Probably the same person people who order Large timmies double double -- which are worse with with 15g sugar & 7g fat lol
Per tbs ?
darkspider wrote: What do you guys eat this with?
I microwave it and drink it with a straw like a milkshake at breakfast with my cereal.
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RobertL059 wrote: It's not a myth that huge area's of rain forest are being destroyed to grow garbage palm oil
Palm oil doesn't come from where you think it comes from...
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dilligafeh wrote: Palm oil doesn't come from where you think it comes from...
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Well, that'd explain the proteins.
Happy Koodo Public Mobile customer :-)
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thanks! great price for a tub of Nutella goodness.
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darkspider wrote: What do you guys eat this with?
I think a lot of people eat it plain with a spoon and then wonder why they're obese.

I know of a few people who I could buy this for, but I would feel bad doing so because even if they don't know how horrible it is for them (or don't care) *I* know better and would feel bad contributing to their poor eating habits.
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Just toying with flipp to see where Nutella was on sale. $4/725g in store at Super-C in Quebec.

LOL, this deal beats Amazon "hot deal" by a mile [well, by $0.79 per kg, 15% less expensive]. Amazon pricing reminds me of defunct NCIX pricing practices [and somehow Best Buy's].

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People, shop locally, support your neighborhood b&m supermarket/hypermarket/farmers' market! -- Hint: find your local deals easily using flipp.
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Oct 13, 2020
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I love Nutella and I guess this is already a good deal. Thanks
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cvrle1 wrote: Costco west has 2 x 1kg jars on sale for 11.99 this week.
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I was at Costco earlier, and the regular price was $10.99 in Quebec. (Pointe-Claire location to be exact)

hemmjy wrote: For Quebec residents, you can get the 725g Nutella tub for $4 from October 15th to October 21st at Super C. This deal amounts to $5.52/kg, which is 10% cheaper than the deal promoted in this thread. Using Maxi's unbeatable program, you can get it over there too for the same price.
See above, which works out to $5.50/kg ;)
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I got my Kraft spread today. I tasted it, expecting it to taste like a knockoff, but it's damn delicious. It tastes like a Kinder Bueno bar.
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is this cheaper than the twin costco tubs? i think they sell for like 12$ but not sure if it is ikg tubs each
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May 19, 2020
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bought this from Walmart for $4.47. sale end on Wednesday.
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musketeer wrote: Costco price:
So the delivered price is $14.99, which would make this better. On top of that you can just buy one.
ankysrulz wrote: thats grocery price which is always much more than in store price.
It sucks that they jack up the price for online purchase. Then they even charge you an extra $3 for delivery :(
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ankysrulz wrote: thats grocery price which is always much more than in store price.
I bought it for same price 11.99 yesterday from Costco - its around the corner. Costco is a biweekly dtop for me, if not every week. The best part is I walk out only with items that are on my grocery list before entering the store :-)
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Britex wrote: So the delivered price is $14.99, which would make this better. On top of that you can just buy one.



It sucks that they jack up the price for online purchase. Then they even charge you an extra $3 for delivery :(
its all about economies of scale and the costs associated. Amazon has perfected the model, and at times Amazon may also sell at loss, because they will make the money elsewhere from the same customer.
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Jun 14, 2018
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3.88$ for 725g
In foodbasic n nofrills
Very common

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