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feedme Mar 21, 2006 11:07 PM

does anyone know where i could find mcvities penguins in toronto? and on that note, have tim tams disappeared from toronto as well?

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    Dyl RE: feedme Mar 22, 2006 08:27 AM

    Nutty Chocolatier, at least the store in the Beaches, carried Penguins not that long ago, don't know if they still do. Big selection of British sweets, crisps, pickles, etc.

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      xtal RE: feedme Mar 22, 2006 01:07 PM

      I've spotted Tim Tams at some Hasty Mar(ke)t locations. Definitely the one at Elm & University.

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        morgan RE: feedme Apr 30, 2006 09:57 PM

        Looking for tim tams in Toronto - anyone??

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          Zengarden RE: morgan Aug 1, 2006 11:18 AM

          I wrote to Arnott's in Australia yesterday and the rep told me that Loblaws now carries the original Tim Tams.

          Can anyone confirm that?

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            Kai RE: Zengarden Aug 1, 2006 02:04 PM

            I can't confirm Loblaws carries them, but if they di, I'll race you for them!

            Last year, I found them absurdly, in the candy/chip aisle at the Dominion on Front Street, across from the St. Lawrence. They were not called Tim Tams though, but "Arnotts." I scooped up all 8 packages for my husband, the Aussie in the family.

            Loblaws definitely carries Vegemite if you need a stash of that too.

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              PaulV RE: Kai Aug 1, 2006 03:30 PM

              Loblaws and a number of other places carried them up until a year or so ago, under the name of "Arnott's Originals" (if I remember correctly) but I haven't seen them in quite a while. I had assumed that they had been dropped. They were quite expensive; if I wasn't already a Tim Tam devotee I probably would have given them a miss.

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          Markaroni RE: feedme Aug 2, 2006 06:38 PM

          Nutty Choc. is a good source.

          They're also available for $3.99 a pack at:

          www.greatbritishgoods.com

          Yum.

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            lissar RE: feedme Aug 3, 2006 02:38 PM

            Nutty Chocolatier is a little expensive. There's a store near the food court in Eglinton Town Square that is all British foods, and fairly cheap. Now if I could just find cheap Jaffa Cakes- Nutty Choc sells them for $7 a package!

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