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[Lindt] 150 Lindt Lindor Assorted Chocolate Truffles, $30 (Regular $55) 1.8 KG Short Dated (Delivery Only - Free)

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Patrickpete wrote: Never seen so much people defend expired food...errr...I mean.... "best before date food." Enjoy🤣
Same for expired coffee deals.
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These chocolates should be good for a little while after the BB date if stored properly. What isn't good is when people buy Halloween candy on clearance and then had it out the next year.
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I used to like picking my own bag at Lindt outlet store as I like the one with most sea salt ones. Unamused Face
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Aug 20, 2019
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virulent wrote: I assume it varies. Mine from when they were in stock a few days ago came yesterday. It shipped Purolator from Mississauga.

I might be missing one but the ones mine came with: citrus (I think.. similar colour but not citrusy, best one though), orange, milk mint, cappuccino, and one or two others that had a few of.

Lindt recommands storing between 60-68F if possible. Don't freeze them.
If it wasn't citrus it was probably pistachio
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Aug 20, 2019
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This deal is sold out. Also, if you want 1.2kg assorted (3 flavors) you can get them at RCSS. Same price roughly but you can also get back $3 per 600g pack
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BrennanN63260 wrote: If it wasn't citrus it was probably pistachio
Makes sense. It is delicious!
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Patrickpete wrote: Never seen so much people defend expired food
including global news and Government of Canada
https://globalnews.ca/news/6820547/does ... fore-date/
https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-safet ... 2357545633

sheyenne wrote: These are deadly for my insulin. Anyone else can't stop themselves from eating most, if not all in one sitting?
The most I had in 1 day was 2 :p
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walleye*guy wrote: Sigh - the best before vs expired discussion again.......

How about what Canada food Inspection Agency’s take?

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-safet ... 2357545633
"Best-before dates do not guarantee product safety." is totally counter-intuitive. So some food item can meet "freshness, taste, nutritional value, or any other qualities claimed by the manufacturer" but (even if the product has been properly handled (stored under conditions appropriate to that product)) still not safe to eat??? The webpage is not helping and adding to confusion.
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My local RCSS had $10/kg for bulk Lindt chocolates a while ago (I think regular price was like $41/kg). I ate a lot of Lindt during that time and never again since.
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I just received an email stating my order was canceled because product is out of stock.
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ahlavanthan wrote: I just received an email stating my order was canceled because product is out of stock.
Same here. Bummer!
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Limited flavours
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