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British candy (Curly Wurly) in the Portland, Oregon area?

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srfjeld Nov 27, 2009 09:04 AM

I used to love, love, love the chocolate caramel braid that was the Marathon Bar when I was a little girl. I just learned that Cadbury makes it's cousin called the Curly Wurly. I am now on a DESPERATE mission to find one in the Portland area. Any ideas??? Thank you ~ Stephanie

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    srfjeld Nov 29, 2009 06:41 PM

    Lucked out and found some at Belmont Station on 45th and Stark in SE.

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      SherryH Dec 24, 2009 05:59 AM

      You can order Curly Wurly bars from the Vermont Country Store - vermontcountrystore.com

      I just ordered two boxes (which are on back order until February - but better late than never!) The cost is very reasonable.

      Good luck!

      1. goodbyeohio Dec 27, 2009 11:59 AM

        try barbur world foods in the future, they also have a large selection of euro candies.

        1. gmm Jan 4, 2010 08:36 AM

          I'm pretty certain I've seen them at Cost Plus.

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            lalario Jan 7, 2010 12:18 PM

            There's a place in Lake Oswego called Lady Di's British Store & Tea Room that sells UK fare. It's kind of overpriced though.

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              fabdesigns Jul 19, 2010 12:13 PM

              Check out Cost Plus World Market. They usually have all kinds of British candies and Cadbury treats. Found Heinze baked beans and other products too. Fred Meyer in Beaverton has a small but nice selection of British and other hard to find Euro goods in their import section.

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                Chatsworth Jul 26, 2010 05:04 PM

                Powells books in Beaverton has a good selection of British chocolates, including Curly Wurlies. (Incidentally, Marathon was the British equivalent of Snickers, though they renamed it to Snickers a few years ago.)

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