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***June 29-30, 2022 get your $10.00/4 kg cooked chicken with broken skewers (Frozen) $10.00 a box. $2.50 per kilogram

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***June 29-30, 2022 get your $10.00/4 kg cooked chicken with broken skewers (Frozen) $10.00 a box. $2.50 per kilogram

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For those living in montreal you can get a 4 kilogram box of the famous Mediterranean chicken skewers that all those super markets, costco, blah blah sells for a fraction of the price.
Remember these are broken skewers so the price is much cheaper than the non broken skewers from the outlet.
Quantities are limited and they do restock every week.

The outlet entrance.
8205 Route Transcanadienne, Saint-Laurent QC H4S 1S4


Today there was Victoria day deal, $10.00 a box....
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Last edited by cristianosham on Jun 24th, 2022 9:41 am, edited 3 times in total.
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Vasilyke wrote: Those ingredients though Skull
First time eating prepackaged frozen food for you??
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aomous wrote: First time eating prepackaged frozen food for you??
I’m not eating this. I don’t like corn syrup and unnecessary processed starches with my chicken.
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Never knew this place existed. Thanks, OP! Going to add it to my list of discount stores, right under the discount bread store. Grinning Face
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Vasilyke wrote: I’m not eating this. I don’t like corn syrup and unnecessary processed starches with my chicken.
Good for you, thanks for letting us know. A lot of food has corn syrup and other starches.
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Sounds like the store name is broken too.
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Vasilyke wrote: I’m not eating this. I don’t like corn syrup and unnecessary processed starches with my chicken.
Hummmm. I didn't notice the corn syrup, which is kinda a turn off for me on this deal. Maybe I'll try it once and see how it goes.
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aomous wrote: Good for you, thanks for letting us know. A lot of food has corn syrup and other starches.
Yes a lot of unhealthy processed food has corn syrup in this continent. Try your best to avoid it friend!
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Vasilyke wrote: Those ingredients though Skull
Nearly everything includes corn syrup and starch.
In all likelihood if your ordering skewered meat, if it's not made in house they are probably buying the meat from this outlet and recooking it for you.
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Is it like souvlaki chicken?
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Clee wrote: Is it like souvlaki chicken?
Well they use to have the factory in Park Extension back in the day.
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Got these a while ago ended up throwing away 1 box something doesn't feel right about them they taste good but you can tell there's alot of chemicals in it
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That's actually a pretty simple ingredients list. Never had them, however, so no comment on the taste.
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Over reacting?
What's so bad about those ingredients?
Just asking.
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ihorzu wrote: Over reacting?
What's so bad about those ingredients?
Just asking.
Nothing. It doesn't even have any of the "big words" that scare the dumbs.
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Vasilyke wrote: Those ingredients though Skull
I dunno, its not actually a long list of ingredients. Have you seem the ingredients list of frozen/packaged foods at the supermarket? They could easily be twice as long.
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I was expecting atrocities based on all the whining about the ingredients but this is probably one of the cleanest labels I've seen for a processed food. If you're concerned about potato starch... you need to pick up a book (a scientific one, not some health guru who is going to cure your cancer). Speaking of carcinogens, no joke, I think the chicken may actually be the biggest risk factor on that list lol.
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dhomas wrote: Never knew this place existed. Thanks, OP! Going to add it to my list of discount stores, right under the discount bread store. Grinning Face
This place supplies North America with many brands chicken skewers including everything you find at Costco.
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cristianosham wrote: This place supplies North America with many brands chicken skewers including everything you find at Costco.
Not just grocery stores either, they also supply a ton of restaurants. Odds are that if you’re eating at a kojax or arahova, the food comes from this place or something very similar.

And the people whining about the ingredient list, you must be living under a rock or conspiracy theorists. That’s one of the cleaner ingredient lists I’ve seen for processed foods. If you’re eating raw organic vegan chicken or wtv, move along, this was never meant for you anyways.

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