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Jun 12, 2011 06:00 PM

Sourcing Grey Poupon mustard?

Where can I find Grey Poupon Dijon mustard in Toronto? I haven't been able to find it in the usual places...

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  1. I've noticed it's been hard to find too. Though I saw it recently at Metro.

    1. It's owned by Kraft now, and they've broadened into a few other varieties. Probably competes too much with house brands to be desirable in the bigs.

      1. Try Pusateri's and All the Best (Summerhill), and the Loblaws at Manulife Center (55 Bloor W)

        1539 Avenue Rd, Toronto, ON M5M, CA

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        1. re: meatnveg

          Walmart super centres, Longo's, Summerhill Market

          Summerhill Market
          446 Summerhill Ave, Toronto, ON M4W, CA

        2. Highland farms.

          However, I've been looking for big containers of the grain mustard. Does anyone know where I can find that?

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          1. re: trane

            Any particular brand?
            Club retailers like CostCo or Superstores or Real Canadian Warehouse Club's will carry that gigantic sizes (most often bought by restaurants and such)

              1. re: wano

                That $17 price plus shipping is a deterrent.
                Metro has Maille grain mustard for 1/4 the price.

                1. re: jayt90

                  You can find Maille in pretty much any supermarket in the GTA now. Why bother with Grey Poupon if Maille is available?

                  1. re: TexSquared

                    Never done a head to head, but I always preferred GP over Maille. Smooth and whole grain.

                    Also wanted to try Moutarde de Meaux Pommery (reportedly available in the lower floor of the SLM).

              2. re: meatnveg

                Grey Poupon brand grain mustard of course. I find the little containers in the stores, with big containers of Dijon, but no big containers of grain mustard.

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