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ISO oyster crackers in Toronto

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precia Feb 8, 2011 06:51 AM

I grew up in New England, and one of the foods I miss the most has to be Westminster oyster crackers, sold under the Olde Cape Cod brand. I recently returned from the states, so I'm stocked up for now, but would love to find them in Toronto.

I've checked local Valu-Mart, Sobeys, Metro and Price Chopper with no luck. Has anybody seen these? I'm willing to try different brands, if anyone finds any. They may also be labeled as soup & chowder crackers.

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    wontonfm Dec 12, 2011 05:37 PM

    Wondering if anyone has seen Oyster Crackers in Toronto? I'm making chowder and would love to have some.

    WON
    http://whatsonmyplate.net

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      ukers Dec 12, 2011 06:54 PM

      The only place I have had them was in a box of Carr's Assorted Biscuits for Cheese. They were at Kitchen Table, but the Carr's brand is available at most larger grocery chains.

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