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Aug 1, 2011 07:54 AM

Mestemacher breads (Germany) -- does anyone have a source in Toronto?

I've been searching around but coming up empty.
Imported into US by Carl Brandt are some half-dozen types.
I'm mainly interested in Three Grain Fitness bread.
Any help would be greatly appreciated: do you know a source of supply in Toronto?

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    1. re: youdonut


      Unfortunately, German Deli is in Texas, and while they ship to Canada, it seems wasteful and expensive to have food come from Germany to Texas to Toronto. Not to mention "stale".

      But I'll keep trying.

      1. re: Dean Tudor

        Have you checked out the large rye selection at Dimpflmeier's factory store?

        1. re: Dean Tudor

          true that.. the only other thing i can think of is to try brandts in mississauga or try denningers -- they may carry these items though i cant be sure.

      2. I have purchased these in Loblaws. They are in the cracker area, not with the breads, as they are sold packaged in such a wa y as to be able to last a long time.

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        1. re: Full tummy

          Full tummy, thx. I'll check out some Loblaws and No Frills soonest.

          1. re: Dean Tudor

            I got this email from the bakery in Germany:

            Thank you for your interest at our products.
            Please contact our supplier in Canada.

            Husky Food Importers and Distributors LTD.

            155 Rainbow Creek Drive

            L4HOA4 Woodbridge/ Ontario


        2. Vienna Meats at 1050 Birchmount Rd in Scarborough has a full selection, along with tons of other German and European goods. Saw it there today picking up my Burenwurst, Krainers, and Nurembergers for weekend BBQ.

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          1. I'm 99.9% sure I've seen these at Noah's Natural Foods I'm usually at the Bloor & Spadina store, or the one on Yonge just south of bloor. Hope that helps!

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            1. re: doji

              Impeccable...I've now seen them at No Frills too...

              They just seem to have come out of the woodwork...Ah-mazing !!

            2. Reither's at Church and Wellesley has them, by the deli counter.