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[Amazon.ca] KIND Bars Almond Sea Salt Dark Chocolate 12ct, Gluten Free, 40g

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[Amazon.ca] KIND Bars Almond Sea Salt Dark Chocolate 12ct, Gluten Free, 40g

Lowest price according to TripC. I hope this begins to make up for my last posting. S&S to make each bar $1.06.
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Anyone know how much these usually sell for at Costco?
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Shopper's Drug Mart is also selling 12-pack for $14.99 (reg. $23.99) this week. Wife picked up a box of the peanut butter and dark chocolate ones. They also had other flavours.
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If in Ontario, 11.99 at Fortino's and 11.88 at Food Basics if you can price match.
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$11.88 at Food Basics until Jan 17th.....
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Got these from costco and they were so hard they were difficult to eat, even though they were not expired.
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dipple wrote: Got these from costco and they were so hard they were difficult to eat, even though they were not expired.
I second that. These KIND bars are not "kind" to your teeth. Gives your mouth a good workout.
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dipple wrote: Got these from costco and they were so hard they were difficult to eat, even though they were not expired.
These can be chewy, they should not "that" hard ... they are made from fresh nuts. (We go through a box a month ... at least.)

They are harder then granola bars ... but not that much. I can see them being hard if "cold".
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starscreamX wrote: I second that. These KIND bars are not "kind" to your teeth. Gives your mouth a good workout.
Hmmm... these are fresh nuts and honey. (Maybe I also eat a lot of raw almonds, so I am use to nuts' hardness.)

I found the Cliff energy bars very dense (thus extremely chewy) and your term "mouth a workout", very appropriate. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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Hey I like these. Good deal. I think I paid around $21 at Costco a month ago.
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$11.88 at Metro very tempting, my work vending machine sells these for $1 each but very limited selection..
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Fortinos also has them for $11.99, and there's a $1 coupon per kind item purchased on flipp that brings it down to $10.99. Ended up getting 6 boxes last Thursday of various flavours.
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dipple wrote: Got these from costco and they were so hard they were difficult to eat, even though they were not expired.
In my experience, the ones that are clearly marked 4g or 5g sugar will be crunchy. All others will be chewy.

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