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Cadbury's Turkish Delight bar

irbaboon Aug 8, 2007 05:32 PM

Where can I order them from in the USA. I live in Jacksonville, Fl

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    amishad RE: irbaboon Aug 8, 2007 05:37 PM

    hey there, you get them at CostPlus, you can perhaps, see which city is neighboring to yours by looking it up on www.costplus.com. Or call up the store and see if they would do a delivery.

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      emi50 RE: irbaboon Aug 8, 2007 06:56 PM


      1. Kajikit RE: irbaboon Aug 9, 2007 08:43 AM

        I don't think you CAN get them in the US... I've never seen them except in the local British Shop (which sells the English version... the Australian one is different, and sadly it seems to be totally unavailable here...)

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          wannabefoodie RE: Kajikit Aug 9, 2007 10:52 AM

          I've bought them from my local World Market store, which is pretty much one in the same as CostPlus. This is also the Australian version.

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          argogos RE: irbaboon Oct 9, 2009 08:54 PM

          Good News 4 U! I have long been a fan of the Dairy Milk Turkish Delight bars as well. I have chased tens of leads only to find out that they have the Fry's bars instead or never actually carried the Turkish delight but all other Dairy Milks. I just moved back to Winter Park and Found a place called The British Shoppe on Mills Avenue. I stepped in yesterday and Voila! In the flesh, Cadbury's Dairy Milk Turkish Delight bars.

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            smartie RE: argogos Oct 10, 2009 04:54 AM

            it was always Fry's when I was growing up, I had no idea that Cadbury's even made one.

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