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[Walmart] Corn-on-the-cob (product of u.s.a.) $0.14, June 27-July 3, 2019 (Ontario)

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[Walmart] Corn-on-the-cob (product of u.s.a.) $0.14, June 27-July 3, 2019 (Ontario)

Walmart (Ontario), at least at Walmart.ca for online ordering - not confirmed in-store but you could at least Ad match the Sobey's price

June 27-July 3, 2019

fresh corn $0.14 each (or $0.15 at Sobeys in Ontario as I had originally posted)
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Anyone who buys $0.15 corn deserves to eat corn that tastes like it costs $0.15
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That bi colour US corn tastes like nothing
Honestly just wait for the local stuff to come in season.
Soooo much better
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tony311 wrote:
Jun 26th, 2019 6:56 pm
That bi colour US corn tastes like nothing
Honestly just wait for the local stuff to come in season.
Soooo much better
Why not do both?
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pny128 wrote:
Jun 26th, 2019 7:07 pm
Why not do both?
Because it's a waste of 15 cents getting this stuff, just being honest. Can we dry and crack it or turn it into popcorn or make syrup? I'm guessing not..
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As expected, Walmart.ca has changed their price to $0.14 per corn as a competitive response. YMMV in-store, but the price is confirmed for Walmart.ca online purchasing in Ontario. If the price isn't $0.14 in-store at Ontario Walmart locations, you can always match the Ontario Sobey's price of $0.15 each.
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Because this is the stuff the farm animals rejected so they said sell it to the Canadians they will eat anything just look at the strawberries we sell them lol
pny128 wrote:
Jun 26th, 2019 7:07 pm
Why not do both?
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tony311 wrote:
Jun 26th, 2019 6:56 pm
That bi colour US corn tastes like nothing
Honestly just wait for the local stuff to come in season.
Soooo much better
The corn this week that I've been seeing at No Frills near me has been the white to very light yellow young corn. From Walmart, I've been getting corn with much more mature/full grown kernels and of a single brighter yellow tone.
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Made by Mon Santo Farms to be tested by Canadians. If all good they will move to second phase of GMO, and it will be fed to humans for testing again...and again.
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Pisidan wrote:
Jun 27th, 2019 12:26 am
Because this is the stuff the farm animals rejected so they said sell it to the Canadians they will eat anything just look at the strawberries we sell them lol
Source?
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The quality of Walmart corn varies. Be careful if the corn is not fresh at this price.
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Geez...why the hate on for Walmart corn that they bring in early before our corn is ready. It's Canada Day BBQ weekend and unless we can wave a magic flag to get local corn, just eat it. Don't tell me none of you guys don't eat strawberries before local berries are in season.
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I was kidding about the rejected animal feed. I ended up picking some up at Sobeys. There was tons left and no one taking any so I got 2 dozen for the family for this weekend! It actually looks pretty decent. Guess I'll know when I actually try it!!
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Pisidan wrote:
Jun 27th, 2019 6:04 pm
I was needing about the rejected animal feed. I ended up picking some up at Sobeys. There was tons left and no one taking any so I got 2 dozen for the family for this weekend! It actually looks pretty decent. Guess I'll know when I actually ready it!!
So, you were saying that the corn trucked in from the U.S. is not good enough to feed the animals, but then you go out and buy some? LOL. In all seriousness though, we all know that the quality of the produce can vary from day to day at any store. Take a look - If you like it, buy some. If you don't, go to a different location or come back in a few days.

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