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Frozen edamame grown in the USA or Canada?

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MrsJonesey Mar 14, 2013 12:30 PM

Does anyone know of a brand name and/or source that consistently sells edamame grown in the US or Canada?

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    janniecooks RE: MrsJonesey Mar 14, 2013 01:45 PM

    Sunrich naturals edamame are grown in the USA. I don't know how widely available they are but my local small town grocery carries them. Seapoint Farms is the other brand I usually see, which are grown in China.

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      MrsJonesey RE: janniecooks Mar 14, 2013 05:05 PM

      I went to Sunrich's website and they aren't sold here, but I will ask my local stores to carry them. Thanks so much!

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        janniecooks RE: MrsJonesey Mar 15, 2013 02:59 AM

        Good luck with that. I had been happily buying Sunrich for some time when they disappeared from the shelves. I asked the store manager to return them to the shelves as I preferred not to eat Chinese-grown and packaged products. I had finally gave up on them, but after several years absence I was pleased to see them once again in the freezer shelves.

    2. Samalicious RE: MrsJonesey Mar 14, 2013 05:10 PM

      This made me curious about the bag from Trader Joe's we have in the freezer - Thailand.

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