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Help finding Anton Kozlik's mustard

I have read about the various mustard's they make and am going crazy trying to find them. I live in the Charlotte, NC area and it's aCanadian Mustard. I have tried to contact them at their web site with no luck and the US distributor they list no longer carries them. Anyone have any experience trying their mustards and/or know how I can find them?
Thanks,
Art

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  1. I know you can pick them up at St. Lawrence Mkt. (local perm farmers market) & Knob Hill farms carries them. Not sure if either one does shipping
    www.stlawrencemarket.com
    check under the Mustard Emporium he is the carrier of Kozliks & the # is there to contact him. Good luck

    1. it's good stuff and worth searching out. Some Whole Foods' stores carry it. Have you trid to order it online at their site: http://www.mustardmaker.com/orders.html

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      1. re: orangewasabi

        I have tried to order it thru their site and get no response to my e-mails. I will try the st lawrence market site and Whole Foods. thanks for the help.

        No luck on the St L web site or the Whole Foods web site. Perhaps at one of the Whole Food stores. Destined never to try this stuff!

        1. re: artlee

          Next time I go to Charlotte I will look you up and bring you some. It's really delicious. What flavours intrigue you most?

          1. re: orangewasabi

            You are too kind. the fig one, the clobbered cranberry one, the Italian one, to tell you the truth pretty much all of them sound good. What are the flavors you have enjoyed?

            1. re: artlee

              I like the Triple C best because I like the big crunchy mustard seeds. And the Really Hot (the XXX hot is too hot for me) I'll give you a shout out next time I hit Charlotte, it's a common route for me.

              1. re: orangewasabi

                I think the Triple Crunch is the best too.
                I've yet to have one that I really don't like. I usually end up sampling a bunch for about 10 minutes every time I go to St L M. Usually try to keep myself to one jar. I'm on my last right now so it may be time to stock up again.

                DT

                1. re: Davwud

                  Davwud,
                  I have tried the e-mail address and they no longer carry it. What is the 209 number?
                  thanks for the help!!
                  art

                  1. re: artlee

                    I have no idea where it is.
                    TO is 416 or 647. Never seen 209.

                    DT

      2. Stupid question but did you try contacting the co they have listed as their US distributor
        The Natural group?

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        1. re: MiniMom

          yea, no longer carry it and no idea who does.

        2. Did you try any of these contacts??

          Tel: 209.522.6860
          Fax: 209.522.7928
          email: customerservice@naturalgroup.net

          DT

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          1. re: Davwud

            Um...he has said that he has tried. Read Up

            We currently have the Triple Crunch and the Fig. They are worth every cent.

            1. re: Conductorchris

              Even Loblaws carries them now.. much more accesible now then restricted to just SLM. I have seen them at Longo's as well now and have a better selection then Loblaws.

          2. http://www.mustardmaker.com/orders.php This link takes you to their order page, but also has a '416' number -- (416) 361-9788 -- . Perhaps you could try that? Looks like their online ordering is not working as per their message.

            Here's another link just for info's sake with more detail: http://www.thenibble.com/zine/archive...

            Good luck!

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            1. re: FoodyGirly

              That 416 number seems to be the source.