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Pacific natural foods

Luca94 Feb 12, 2012 08:21 PM

Does anyone know where they sell pacific natural foods, i would like to but some almond milk or soy milk, anyone know if loblaw or maxie sells them thanks.

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    mimibi RE: Luca94 Feb 14, 2012 07:48 PM

    I recommend Natur-a brand soy milk, which is made in Saint-Hyacinthe. They also make almond milk. It is available just about anywhere - Loblaws, Costco, IGA, Provigo, Maxi, Metro, and many depanneurs. It's in the Milk section; they also have a shelf-stable non-refrigerated soy and almond milk.

    Loblaws and Metro do sell Pacific Natural Foods products as well as Blue Diamond almond milk. They also have Pacific Natural Foods soy and almond milk at Bio Terre - and I expect at any health food store too like Rachelle-Béry etc.

    But Natur-a is a good local organic brand!

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      looosia RE: Luca94 Feb 15, 2012 02:07 PM

      Metro carries Pacific Foods soups, so they may indeed their their soy or almond milk.

      Supermarche PA also sells Pacific Foods products so they may be worthwhile to check out as well.

      1. TheSnowpea RE: Luca94 Feb 15, 2012 04:36 PM

        I believe Fleur Sauvage on Monkland in NDG sells some of that brand. You could phone and ask? http://www.fleursauvage.ca/

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          stak RE: Luca94 Jan 25, 2013 11:33 AM

          Sort of a related question...I recently had to limit my dairy intake and have been trying different alternatives in my morning latte. The best by far is a product made by Pacific, called Barista Blend. In my home machine it foams even better than milk and, more importantly it tastes great (I am normally not a fan of soy milk at all). It is very hard to find, though. Many places have other Pacific products but the only place I have found this stuff is Flocon, where they have it for $4 a box. I believe Myriade uses it in their soy drinks but don't think they sell it. Does anyone know of other places to buy it, or other worthy milk substitutes for a latte?

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            lagatta RE: stak Jan 25, 2013 04:19 PM

            Good old Segall's, corner St-Laurent and Duluth, has several milk and cream alternatives at rock-bottom prices, but I haven't seen that one.

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