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Sanders hot fudge; Detroit

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artcampb Jun 18, 2007 04:55 PM

I am originally from Michigan and grew up with Sanders hot fudge. I know the company still exists in Detroit but can anyone help with a location where I can buy it locally in the DC/Baltimore area. At one time Safeway carried their products including cakes but that era is long gone. I have a relative in this week from out of town and we both are wishing for a sweet tast from our past.

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    cleveland park Jun 19, 2007 07:39 AM

    this is the best fudge i've ever had. You can order form the website http://www.sanderscandy.com/

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      LibraGirlDC Jun 21, 2007 02:27 PM

      I too grew up with Sanders Hot Fudge, ah memories! I have never seen it here in the 10 years I have lived in DC. All of the Sander's stores I knew of in MI had closed but they opened one by my fathers house last year, so I snagged a jar in December and again last month. I would recommend ordering it online, it is as good as you remember!

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        startsev Jun 21, 2007 08:39 PM

        I'm another former Detroiter and haven't had Sander's for a couple of years. it is the best hot fudge! I can't wait to order some.
        thanks for the memories!

      2. Bill on Capitol Hill Jun 21, 2007 10:50 PM

        Yep -- I've seen it online but not locally. I'm another Detroiter and Sanders fan, but I think my most vivid Sanders memory is of getting water in the cone-shaped paper cups in fancy holders.

        -- Bill (Ferndale, 1962-1964; Madison Heights, 1964-1979; grateful that nobody is calling it "Saunders")

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          dianemarie Sep 5, 2008 04:16 AM

          When you go to www.sanderscandy.com, you can put in your zip code and find all the local stores that carry it. ACO hardware stores carries it for $5.99 (the cheapest of all the stores) and routinely goes on sale for $3.99, but their is usually a limit.

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            crowsonguy Sep 6, 2008 11:15 PM

            Which page has the local stores? I coudn't find it. Btw, the link above doesn't work on my browser. Just erase the comma at the end, and you'll get through.

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              MikeR Sep 7, 2008 02:58 AM

              I found the page where you can search for stores. It's not where you'd expect. But a search in this area only yielded a caterer in Shirlington. I doubt that you could walk in there and buy a bottle of the sauce.

              Try it yourself:
              http://www.sanderscandy.com/index.php...

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          Jacey Sep 6, 2008 07:59 PM

          You're right, it is the best fudge in the world. Harrod's in London carries it, and they only have the best. I recall seeing Sander's fudge in a place like Dean & Deluca in Georgetown at one point or it could have been Berlucchi's. Your best bet would to call around to local gourmet stores or call/email the company directly about retail shops in the area. Why don't you order it online?

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