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Goya anchovy stuffed olives

msmouser Jul 26, 2008 01:31 PM

I live in Lexington. Can someone please tell me in which nearby stores I might find Goya anchovy stuffed olives? Roche brothers used to have them, but not now. Other brands simply don't measure up.

  1. itaunas Jul 26, 2008 02:09 PM

    Johnnie's I think usually carries them, so close to you the Arlington store on Mass Ave might be a decent bet although something really bugs me about that store so I instead make the trip to the Rt 16 one. In all their stores check the validity dates. Market Basket on the Burlington/Lexington line on 2A also has a lot of Goya products, but I can't remember seeing those (the pimiento stuffed olives yes).

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      LStaff Jul 26, 2008 02:55 PM

      Market Basket on Main St. in Waltham has an extensive Goya product selection, but I'm not sure if they carry the specific olives you are searching for though.

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        wilbanks Jul 26, 2008 03:15 PM

        The Shaw's at the Prudential has them off and on. They're too strong for my taste - I prefer the lighter flavored anchovies of spanish brands - but I buy 'em when I can't get the stuff I really want...

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