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pastryprncess Oct 26, 2008 07:54 PM

My sister has recently been diagnosed with celiac disease (the gluten allergy) and Kozy Shack pudding has become her new favorite dessert. We've been able to find the regular rice pudding but haven't been able to find the other flavors like pumpkin or european rice pudding. Does anyone know where to find them? I know this brand is also popular with people who keep kosher, so I guess I'd also be looking for good kosher markets in the Southern NH / Nashua / Portsmouth / North Shore MA areas. We're willing to travel for this pudding :)

  1. BostonZest Oct 26, 2008 08:18 PM

    Check Whole Foods. I have to go tomorrow so I'll check River Street and try to remember to get back to you. I know I've seen the European there at some time. I use the Rice pudding to make my Figgy pudding bites.

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      mamabrarian Oct 27, 2008 04:18 AM

      I buy Kozy Shack at Shaw's supermarket. They have chocolate and a few other flavors at my local one (Milford, NH), but I haven't seen pumpkin or european rice pudding.

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        dfrostnh Oct 27, 2008 05:43 AM

        I don't know if this new store in Hooksett has Kozy Shack but maybe there are other gluten free products your sister might like to try. A friend was just diagnosed so I gave her the store information when I read about it. If you google gluten free + NH, there are some restaurants and natural food stores that might be helpful for you.
        http://www.naturalchoicemarketnh.com/...

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          JaneRI Oct 27, 2008 05:47 AM

          www.kozyshack.com They could probably tell you where to buy the individual products you mentioned. They had a store locator but it's not product-specific....just a list of who carries their products.

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            greygarious Oct 27, 2008 08:35 AM

            Just looked at their website - I had no idea anyone manufactures puddings in so many varieties! I see KS chocolate, rice, vanilla, and I think sometimes butterscotch, at many supermarkets. I for one would certainly try pumpkin, peach, bananas foster, and the like, if they were stocked. I wonder if any of the supermarket chains are more responsive to customer requests than their competitors.....

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            mclark_01060 Oct 27, 2008 06:58 AM

            I have seen Kozy Shack at my local Stop & Shop in Northampton, MA. I'm not sure what flavors are available there, but I think there are at least three. Good Luck!

            1. pinehurst Oct 29, 2008 11:07 AM

              Market Basket has it and for short money, too.

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                JayCT Oct 29, 2008 11:39 AM

                I have seen it at our Stop & Shop too. Jay

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                  Keithel Oct 29, 2008 11:42 AM

                  I'm pretty sure Market Basket only carries the common varieties though -- Chocolate and Vanilla, and *maybe* Tapioca.

                  1. re: Keithel
                    Infomaniac Oct 29, 2008 01:32 PM

                    Your right, I looked last night and only saw the Rice, Tapioca, and Chocolate at my local MB.

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                      phelana Oct 30, 2008 04:46 AM

                      Stop and Shop has it...

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                        rizzo0904 Oct 31, 2008 10:00 AM

                        my mb in nashua also has black forest

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                    moskey Oct 30, 2008 05:54 AM

                    I've seen Kozy Shack at my local Whole Foods market. You might also want to consider Echo Farms pudding. Whole Foods carries the brand, and all of the products are kosher and gluten free. I have yet to try this brand, but they seem to have a nice variety of flavors, including Indian pudding and spiced pumpkin. They also offer home delivery in certain areas, and if that's not available where you live, you can order online. Here's the site: http://www.echofarmpuddings.com/

                    1. jspear Oct 30, 2008 08:17 AM

                      Not sure if you are near a Price Chopper but they carry it, may have to venture to vermont though.

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                      1. re: jspear
                        jspear Oct 31, 2008 11:16 AM

                        Are you near a Hannaford? They have another gf brand of pudding Two Farms?? I think

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                        merrvally Nov 1, 2008 03:19 PM

                        Saw it at Market Basket in Newburyport, yesterday. They had rice and pumpkin and a few others. Try the MB nearest you.

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