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[No Frills] Mazola Canola Oil @ $5.67 [YMMV]

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[No Frills] Mazola Canola Oil @ $5.67 [YMMV]

As title suggests -

Price at No Frills Ontario for Mazola Canola Oil 3.78l @ $5.67. Standard price is $9.97. This promotion is now active since the last three weeks.. Couldn't find it posted in the forum..

Found at Runnymede, Etobicoke and Downtown No frills.


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Last edited by tintin2k2 on Aug 13th, 2019 1:58 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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You might want to add "YMMV" to your title. Could be store specific to only where you shop if it's not in the weekly flyer.
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Webhead wrote: You might want to add "YMMV" to your title. Could be store specific to only where you shop if it's not in the weekly flyer.
Thanks !!! Edited post.
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So that works out to $1.50/L? That doesn't seem like that great of a deal. No Frills/FreshCo/Food Basics routinely have oil on sale - Food Basics has 3L on sale this week for 3.47 which is $1.16/L.
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dawes wrote: So that works out to $1.50/L? That doesn't seem like that great of a deal. No Frills/FreshCo/Food Basics routinely have oil on sale - Food Basics has 3L on sale this week for 3.47 which is $1.16/L.
The brand is different - that is SELECTION Canola Oil. This is the Mazola brand.
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Got it last Friday from No Frills at Centre Point Mall for $5.97
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tintin2k2 wrote: The brand is different - that is SELECTION Canola Oil. This is the Mazola brand.
To me, those one ingredient products don't have much difference. Does anyone notice the difference between it and store brand ones?
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demon1102 wrote: To me, those one ingredient products don't have much difference. Does anyone notice the difference between it and store brand ones?
I cant tell the difference between any of the oils, I buy what ever oil is on sale. we just use it for lining the frying pans mainly.
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Apply this on my body to do kung fu
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Thanks OP! I'm using canola oil now for both cooking, and as a chain oil for some of my outdoor equipment (pole saw, chain saw) and it is superb. Now that I am all battery powered for my backyard tools, I no longer keep any gasoline or petroleum based oils in my shed. Canola oil FTW! (OK, not for my car, but I gotta throw Alberta some business too)

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Is this better or avocado or Olive oil? I used Pam spray oil for lining pans .
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Rooster brand is always less than $5 per 3 L bottle :)))
Frankly even cheaper than No Name, not as cheap as Walmart Unico on sales
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TorontoEh wrote: Is this better or avocado or Olive oil? I used Pam spray oil for lining pans .
if this is a serious question, the answer is No. Nothing is better than olive (and avocado) oil.

these highly processed oils, sale or not, are perfect for inflammation in your body and messing with your overall heath.

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