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Angie`s salted caramel popcorn in YYC?

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rancher rick Aug 12, 2013 04:40 PM

On a recent trip to Montana we "discoverd" Angie`s salted caramel popcorn(kettle style) at Community Foods in Bozeman. We brought back 4 bags but due to gluttony we only have one left.
Anyone know where we can source this in YYC?. I`ve seen the Angie`s brand at Costco but only in regular popcorn. This stuff is good!!....not too sweet nor salty.
Thanks!

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    Beachy1 Aug 13, 2013 10:44 AM

    I'm almost positive I've seen this at Bridgeland Market. I've bought other Angie's corn there but not that one. I don't know why because it's awesome!

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      rancher rick Aug 13, 2013 05:32 PM

      Thanks! I live south of High River........hope this doesn`t sound "stupid" but is Bridgeland Market a store or?

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        Beachy1 Aug 13, 2013 06:49 PM

        Not stupid - yes it's a store on 1st Ave NE. They have a little bit of everything for groceries and serve coffee and Fiasco gelato. The phone number is 269-2381 if you want to know about hours.

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      Chow_Down Aug 14, 2013 09:34 AM

      We regularly trek south to the Okotoks Costco and have bought many bags of the salted caramel popcorn (the aformentioned gluttony isn't unique to you;) ). The stock at that store seems to be more random than most of the others, but keep an eye out, I know they get it in from time to time.

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        rancher rick Aug 14, 2013 12:33 PM

        OK, thanks to all! We are regular visitors to the Okotoks Costco & in fact, will be there this afternoon. I`ve seen Angie`s BoomChicka there(it`s good too!) so will keep an eye out for the SC popcorn.

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          rancher rick Aug 14, 2013 07:17 PM

          Was at Okotoks Costco a few hrs ago........ lots of Angie`s BoomChickaPop but no SC kettle corn.

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