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Where to buy Sausage Patties?

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Where to buy Sausage Patties?

I've looking around at grocery stores for Sausage Patties to use for Breakfast Sandwiches and etc, but I cannot find it anywhere. I've checked out Walmart, No Grills, Costco and etc, but cannot find any store that sells it.
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you are probably not looking hard enough . Ask for breakfast patties. Saw them today at no frills....not sure about no grills.


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Metro has Johnsonville patties. Sometimes RCSS has them.
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Ask the man who owns one!
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Freshco has Marc Angelo brand in the frozen section $7 per pack.
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You can find them with all the other frozen breakfast items like sausage links, they can be found at any Loblaw's, Superstore, Freshco, No Frills for sure. Just ask an employee next time lol
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Problem is store bought patties are NOT the same as Mickey D's. Not the same size and they shrink when cooked. Argh...
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Stay away from Marc Angelo's sausage patties (Price Chopper aka FreshCo). They are very strong in flavor and it overpowers everything else you eat it with, it's as if they pound on the cayenne pepper or something. The PC is also not quite the same, I too was looking for something similar to McDonalds/Timmies but I haven't come across any yet. All we need is someone from McDonalds to just paste the name of the food distributor that's labelled on the box and I can take care of the rest.
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OrangeBerry wrote: Stay away from Marc Angelo's sausage patties (Price Chopper aka FreshCo). They are very strong in flavor and it overpowers everything else you eat it with, it's as if they pound on the cayenne pepper or something. The PC is also not quite the same, I too was looking for something similar to McDonalds/Timmies but I haven't come across any yet. All we need is someone from McDonalds to just paste the name of the food distributor that's labelled on the box and I can take care of the rest.
I was looking for the exact same thing coupla yrs back. Cannot find who supplies Mickey D's... I'm thinking it's a custom job only for Mickey D's and they do not distribute it anywhere else (aka exclusive deal contract).
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aznnorth wrote: I was looking for the exact same thing coupla yrs back. Cannot find who supplies Mickey D's... I'm thinking it's a custom job only for Mickey D's and they do not distribute it anywhere else (aka exclusive deal contract).
Yup, exactly as I thought... here's Mickey D's answer on their UK site. I'm sure it's similar in every country they operate.
Our sausage patties are made specifically for McDonald’s to a special recipe – using whole cuts of British Freedom Food pork and sage seasoning. Unfortunately it’s therefore not possible to buy them from either a McDonald’s restaurant or direct from our suppliers.
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And how does that help us in Canada?? Next...
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aznnorth wrote: And how does that help us in Canada?? Next...
Quite a lot of the Canadian population lives within a reasonable driving distance to the US.
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aznnorth wrote: I was looking for the exact same thing coupla yrs back. Cannot find who supplies Mickey D's... I'm thinking it's a custom job only for Mickey D's and they do not distribute it anywhere else (aka exclusive deal contract).
Correct. I was a manager at one a few years back. Actually coordinated deliveries most weeks, too.
90%+ of all products are McDonald's branded, made specifically for them in exact sizes, pouches, boxes, etc for their containers, dispensers, etc.
There are no supplier names, just mcds logo and related info.
The only products that were real brands were things like the pop BIBs, and items that weren't necessarily permanent that they hadn't arranged their own version of yet. E.g. 'light mayo' was actually Hellman's bottles that you could find in a grocery store.

Even if you talk to someone that works there, they can't get you any useful information from the box on who makes it. Even I didn't have that from the computer. We just ordered a certain product number from Brower and it arrived.
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Maple Leaf has breakfast sausages. Loblaws has them. They're where the hot dogs are. They're pretty small once heated. They're no where near the taste of Mc. D's or Tim's. There must be better ones out there.
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aqnd wrote: Correct. I was a manager at one a few years back. Actually coordinated deliveries most weeks, too.
90%+ of all products are McDonald's branded, made specifically for them in exact sizes, pouches, boxes, etc for their containers, dispensers, etc.
There are no supplier names, just mcds logo and related info.
The only products that were real brands were things like the pop BIBs, and items that weren't necessarily permanent that they hadn't arranged their own version of yet. E.g. 'light mayo' was actually Hellman's bottles that you could find in a grocery store.

Even if you talk to someone that works there, they can't get you any useful information from the box on who makes it. Even I didn't have that from the computer. We just ordered a certain product number from Brower and it arrived.
GPS the trucks. lol. They must load from somewhere.
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death_hawk wrote: Quite a lot of the Canadian population lives within a reasonable driving distance to the US.
And a greater majority dont... *side eye*
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Super easy to make your own (no different than making a hamburger patty). Google for recipes.
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CanuckGreg wrote: Super easy to make your own (no different than making a hamburger patty). Google for recipes.
Pretty sure anyone can make a sausage.
It's the exact spice blend they want. I've tried many recipes online, but none come close to the restaurant spices/taste.
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I don't think McDonald's patties are overly complex, mostly salt, pepper and maybe a hint of sage. If you try to make them at home, the more important things to consider are keeping the pork around 25 to 35 percent fat to keep the texture correct. Also, a digital scale to keep the raw weight around 2.5 ounces and a patty press for consistent thickness. Freeze and cook from frozen.

I make my own batches 5 pounds at a time and freeze them in a round Lock & Lock style containers that match the diameter of the pressed patties perfectly. I use deli film to keep them separated and fry them up as needed.

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