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mimi8695 Dec 27, 2012 11:53 AM

I am looking for a way to buy whole wheat flour cheaper than at Trader Joe's (5lb, $2.99). I don't mind buying in bulk, 20lbs, 30lb, etc., but can't find any store or online shops that sell whole wheat flour to a consumer at the better price than Trader Joe's. I checked Costco, too.

Can anyone give me a suggestion? I live near Redondo Beach, but am wiling to drive up to 20 miles to buy whole wheat flour for baking.

Thanks!

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    Feed_me Dec 28, 2012 12:10 AM

    Is this for a business? I've never been in one because I don't qualify, but there are Restaurant Depot warehouses scattered in Los Angeles County. I think they stock what you need, but they are membership only. Here's the link to find locations. http://www.restaurantdepot.com/locations
    You can find the membership requirements on the website. I have no idea how their prices relate to the stores you've shopped.

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      mimi8695 Jun 3, 2013 10:22 PM

      Thank you for your post! I didn't check my Junk box and didn't realize I got a reply. Thanks again!

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      Topangadan Jun 3, 2013 09:06 AM

      Torn & Glasser in downtown LA has some flours.

      Allied Food Sales might sell to individuals
      http://www.alliedsales.com/

      Honeyville Online

      Azure Standard: Best prices, and a great service for all kinds of natural food products. Monthly delivery, you have to have a drop point nearby.

      Amazon has excellent prices on flours...if you join Amazon Prime shipping is free.

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        mimi8695 Jun 3, 2013 10:28 PM

        Thanks for your post! I didn't know about Torn & Glasser, Allied Food Sales, and Azure Standards. I will contact them and find out what they offer. Thanks again for your time!!

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        JudiAU Jun 3, 2013 11:21 AM

        I've heard Costco offers good pricing on bulk flour.

        Azure Standarda and Amazon are good choices too.

        Have you priced bulk pricing at hippie places around town? They will usually sell larger bags.

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          mimi8695 Jun 3, 2013 10:19 PM

          Thanks for your post. What does "hippie places" mean?? I am not a native English speaker, so I don't get it...

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