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Yuzu Juice in Vancouver?

Anyone know where I can find Yuzu Juice in Vancouver? I did find some at South Seas Trading Company on Granville Island, but it had salt added. (and it was $30! We used to buy in for 500 yen in Tokyo)

I have also tried Izumi-Ya in Richmond, Konbiniya on Robson, Fujiya (in Vancouver and Richmond) and SuzuYa in Burnaby with no luck.

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1240 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6E, CA

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  1. I feel your pain, brodiedavid, and I too remember the, well, 800 yen days in Tokyo.

    I bought mine in Fujiya (Vancouver) but about six months ago. The last time I was there a couple months ago, I saw it.

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    1. re: repartee

      I'll try there - any idea how much it was?

    2. This thread is a couple of years old. Does anyone have up-to-date info on yuzu juice availability? I feel like it's a much more common ingredient now so hoping to find multiple options to compare.

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      1. re: NoMoreSnuggles

        I know that Far-Met Importing had a line that they were bringing in that included Yuzu juice. They're wholesale only, but you might be able to give them a call to see what retailers might carry it.

        1. re: NoMoreSnuggles

          I bought mine at the Gourmet Warehouse - it's a 12 oz/375 mL bottle by "Yakami Orchard". I bought it last winter -- unfortunately I don't recall the price.

          1. re: NoMoreSnuggles

            Along with the other places mentioned - I think I saw it at HMart. I'll confirm. It isn't that hard to find...perhaps there was a temporary shortage when the OP started this thread. Bottles run from $7-$30. Gourmet Warehouse is on the top end of that scale.

            1. re: fmed

              I bought mine at Angel Seafoods.

              1. re: repartee1

                Saw some at the Dirty Apron on Beatty, but probably priced in the upper register. Weird Fujiya doesn't have any.

                1. re: Geoduckling

                  al;so check Sunrise and Asia markets both are good for obscure stuff like that