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Where do I buy pickled Jalapenos peppers (preferably in BULK) in Toronto?

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Mash25 Jan 5, 2012 07:21 AM

My massive purchase from COSTCO of Guiliano pickled Jalapeno peppers has run out. The COSTCO food broker tells me that it is a seasonal summer product.

So if anyone knows where I could get bulk pickled Jalapeno peppers(other then the "tiny" bottles at METRO), I would be VERY appreciative.

Michael.

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  1. Flexitarian RE: Mash25 Jan 5, 2012 09:58 AM

    I would like to get these myself as I find fresh jalapenos are not always plentiful here in the winter. This product might be seasonal for Costco but Guiliano offers them year-round online through their website. Here's the product that I think you are talking about: www.giulianopeppers.elsstore.com/view...

    Costco likely had larger jars at a cheaper price, or at least multiple jars packaged together for a cheaper price. I emailed Guiliano to see who else carries these right now in this area and will let you know but I very much doubt anyone else will carry larger jars if those are indeed what Costco had. Are the ones at Metro the Guiliano brand?

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      Flexitarian RE: Flexitarian Jan 5, 2012 12:44 PM

      No distribution in Canada Guiliano says.

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        Mash25 RE: Flexitarian Jan 5, 2012 04:33 PM

        No. Metro (formerly A&P) does not have the GUILIANO brand. By the way, those guys are great. I called them and raved on the phone to them, called COSTCO to request that they restock and the GUILIANO people sent me 3 bottle FREE! I love those guys. They really get customer service. Michael.

      2. tbonetak RE: Mash25 Jan 5, 2012 01:18 PM

        Wholesale Club is at the corner Rogers and Weston Rd. probably has them, though I'm not speaking from experience. They seem to carry a lot of stuff for foodservice businesses.

        http://www.wholesaleclub.ca/LCLOnline...

        1. iMarilyn RE: Mash25 Jan 5, 2012 01:23 PM

          I've seen large 28-ounce cans and much larger in the market. Not the greatest quality but cheap.

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            Flexitarian RE: iMarilyn Jan 5, 2012 01:39 PM

            Thanks, good to know for some but I'd rather have good quality in glass jars, which have. no Bisphenol-A like cans do.

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