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Feb 6, 2011 10:39 AM

Hebrew National Hot Dogs in Montreal

This is a question for anyone in the downtown Montreal area: Does anyone know if there are any stores that sell hebrew national hot dogs in Montreal? I have tried Metro and Provigo and so far have not found anything. I am tempted to check the walmart, but it is a bit of a hike for me and I'm reluctant to go unless I have good reasons to believe that they carry them.
I have tried to determine if they are sold in canada at all or not, but haven't been able to find anything one way or the other.


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  1. According to this thread, they may sometimes be available at Snowdon Deli and Loblaws (St-Jacques), presumably in the kosher section.

    Best to call first to confirm, since they're both outside the downtown area. Good luck!

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    1. re: kpzoo

      Yup! They have them at Snowdon Deli; I just called them


    2. not available in montreal

      1. I have also seen them at Quality Fruit on Westminster corner Mackle (cote-saint-luc). BTW they carry quite a few products that you can only buy in the States.

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          1. re: BLM

            Certain types of cheeses like Alpine Lace, Breakstone's cottage cheese, also low fat cookies and Weight Watchers items. Generally US foods that are either low fat or kosher or both - catering to the local CSL crowd. Having said that, happens to be a great fruit/veggie store with excellent produce (and prices to match) run by really nice people.

        1. They are available at certain Deli's sometimes at Snowdon Deli sometimes at the bagel joint on Queen Marie Rd (few blocks b/4 Victoria on south side) but for over $10.I think you could pay a trip to Platsburgh for that.They used to be at Loblaws St Jacques but got busted by the language police for no french on the package.My guess is that the Deli's are going to the USA and thats why they are 60% more expensive.

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