Yes it's an odd craving, but I'm not made of stone. Where can one find good (fresh) Swedish fish? Will travel.
Rite Aid (or is it Walgreens?) Also, Blockbuster Video stores.
Bed bath & Beyond. Usually right by the register along with bunch of other candy. I can't seem to get out of the store without buying them.
tudor cottage in La Canada
Didn't Tudor Cottage close? <sniff>
Maybe IKEA has them.
If you live in the Eagle Rock area, Cross and Brown, a general store has them along with other hard to find old fashioned candy.
Looks like you can get them online.
There's a candy store in the Sherman Oaks Fashion Square that has them. I think it's called Sweet Sue.(I love them too!)
I buy mine at Sears.
olson's scandinavian delicatessen5660 w. pico blvd, LA ikea's swede shopsburbank, carson
Cost Plus also carries them.
Most Sweet Factorys carry them.
Sparky's at Universal Citywalk always has a bin of them. And if you happen to be with a badge-holding universal employee you get a discount. However, Citywalk charges a fortune to park so it may not be worth it.
I don't think your request is strange at all. I love them. Something about the undefinable "red flavor". I know the UCLA Candy Store carries them. It is on Floor 1 of the Ackerman Student Union.
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