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[No Frills] Peaches $0.87/lb, June 13-19, 2019 (Ontario stores)

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[No Frills] Peaches $0.87/lb, June 13-19, 2019 (Ontario stores)

No Frills (Ontario)
June 13 to 19, 2019

Peaches $0.87/lb ($1.92/kg)
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OP, you are on fire with the food deals. Just a word of warning, the fruits from No Frills are not the best of quality. You probably find these peaches to be harder than masonry. It won't be edible for a week or two.
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Thanks OP.. Hopefully they are a product of MACKINAW!!
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Good price.

But off topic, peaches in Canada are the saddest thing ever. I gave up on them years ago, and simply switched to other fruits.

The only way you can get a decent (not great) peach around here is if you wait until the local harvest is ripe, and best to go pick them yourself.
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mawzi wrote: Good price.

But off topic, peaches in Canada are the saddest thing ever. I gave up on them years ago, and simply switched to other fruits.

The only way you can get a decent (not great) peach around here is if you wait until the local harvest is ripe, and best to go pick them yourself.

I disagree, wait until late July/ August when Ontario peaches are best. Amazing, better than the USA peaches by far.
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will888 wrote: OP, you are on fire with the food deals. Just a word of warning, the fruits from No Frills are not the best of quality. You probably find these peaches to be harder than masonry. It won't be edible for a week or two.
Agree about OP. Disagree on NF peaches as the ones I got went too soft pretty quick. Do all fruit and vegetable threads always have to turn nationalistic? I'm for specialization of services. Let the better growing season climate areas produce foods. And let Canada do high-tech, etc. Take advantage of one another's strength's.
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will888 wrote: OP, you are on fire with the food deals. Just a word of warning, the fruits from No Frills are not the best of quality. You probably find these peaches to be harder than masonry. It won't be edible for a week or two.
Fruits are fine at no frills as long as you're getting the local produce in the summer. Most supermarkets in GTA source their fruits from the same companies anyways.
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Fruits at no frills tend to last longer than the ones I get at Walmart

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