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[Foodbasics] Peaches $0.68/lb - July 2-8, 2020

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[Foodbasics] Peaches $0.68/lb - July 2-8, 2020

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July 2-8, 2020

Peaches (Product of U.S.A.) $0.68/lb ($1.50/kg)
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Aug 16, 2010
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Super terrific price for peaches at FoodBasics. July 2 to July 8. $0.68/lb.
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Dec 30, 2013
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Toronto
That's a peach of deal. I'm s-PEACH-less.

Thanks OP
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I'm still upset that my local Food Basics was demolished to make space for new shitty condos.
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sirjimitron wrote: I'm still upset that my local Food Basics was demolished to make space for new shitty condos.
Yonge and finch? :(
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sirjimitron wrote: I'm still upset that my local Food Basics was demolished to make space for new shitty condos.
Didn’t the builders go bankrupt? Did another builder come in and buy the development?
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May 22, 2007
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I paid $1.88/lb 2 days ago and thought it was a deal...looks like I was wrong, LOL.

Thanks, OP!
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Never been a fan of imported peaches. They are still hard and have little to no fragrance after being picked well before they're ripe so they can be shipped. It doesn't seem to matter how long you ripen them on your counter they are either hard , tasteless and dry or they start to rot and have a mealy texture and still not very juicy. Local peaches on the other hand are fragrant, juicy and taste amazing. Too bad they are only available for such a short time.
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Mar 14, 2009
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6060842 wrote: Never been a fan of imported peaches. They are still hard and have little to no fragrance after being picked well before they're ripe so they can be shipped. It doesn't seem to matter how long you ripen them on your counter.
I generally agree, but the Georgia ones (which I assume these are) I've had good results this year and last. Bought some a few weeks back, only 2 as they were hard (though not green). And within two days ripe and pretty tasty for the price. I was surprised. Definitely better than an early or late season Canadian peach.
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I'll wait for Ontario peaches.
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I'm getting as many as we can eat. I've had their peaches before and they're fine. At 68 cents, it's a no brainer.
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sirjimitron wrote: Haha you know it. I miss that plaza
Yea...it was the only food basic you can get hot rotisserie chicken for so cheap. I think it was like 2 for $10 at some point.
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II was at Lawrence and Birchmount store was sold out already :-(
I'll also wait for the Ontario one more juicy and sweet.
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i went to one store yesterday around 2pm-ish, and it was sold out! crap.

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