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    dont have that store nor the flyer, thought I could get the milk at rcss, but no luck.. Want to score this deal, can someone suggest where I go for this?
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    RCSS sell this brand. I got some tonight there.
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    It's the same price at Loblaws. I think there is one in Aurora

    Quote Originally Posted by sueLe View Post
    dont have that store nor the flyer, thought I could get the milk at rcss, but no luck.. Want to score this deal, can someone suggest where I go for this?
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    i got 8 more last night...Can't beat FREE MILK!!!

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    I picked up 3 earlier this week. Went back to get 3 more to make pancakes, rice pudding ect. Coupon is now being denied ar Zehrs (Cambridge) because it does not say "Manufacturer Coupon" on it even though it say's it comes from Saputo GGRrrr

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    Our Zehrs manager just allowed me to get 30 cartons of milk to send to the foodbank. I asked him if he was aware of the coupon and he said,"yes". He said he didn't think anyone had tried to use it at his store. He has NO CLUE how many I used in the last 5 days I guess.
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    The foodbanks don't like these kinds of donations of perishable items. I volunteered at one and that stuff is frowned upon because it is hard for them to get rid of before it expires. Your heart was in the right place though

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    Our Zehrs manager just allowed me to get 30 cartons of milk to send to the foodbank. I asked him if he was aware of the coupon and he said,"yes". He said he didn't think anyone had tried to use it at his store. He has NO CLUE how many I used in the last 5 days I guess.
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    I should have mentioned before, that I think 30 is excessive though. I mean, lots of people who wanted the milk for personal use have not been able to do it because it has been sold out, and the food bank might end up throwing it out anyway. Let the flaming of torontogal begin I guess
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    No...i don't think is excessive, i have more than that in my freezer... and will give more to my mom to freeze them for me...we are a family of just 6 and will go thru 10 - 12lt a week (which is 3bags) so 30 cartons will only last me 3 wks and the milk I got exp on May 30.... so no i don't think you can ever buy too much MILK!! as a matter of fact i will go today and purchase more....keep in mind i bought the milk 4 at a time... and no 30 or 40... and loblaws at Heartland has lots (as of last night)


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    I should have mentioned before, that I think 30 is excessive though. I mean, lots of people who wanted the milk for personal use have not been able to do it because it has been sold out, and the food bank might end up throwing it out anyway. Let the flaming of torontogal begin I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by torontogal12 View Post
    The foodbanks don't like these kinds of donations of perishable items. I volunteered at one and that stuff is frowned upon because it is hard for them to get rid of before it expires. Your heart was in the right place though
    Check with your local foodbank. Ours welcomes such donations and has the facilities to accept refrigerated products (and I'm in a small city, not a large one). They were happy to have 36 cartons of the egg creations (?) last year, though I did call first to make sure I would be coming when they could accept it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by torontogal12 View Post
    The foodbanks don't like these kinds of donations of perishable items. I volunteered at one and that stuff is frowned upon because it is hard for them to get rid of before it expires. Your heart was in the right place though
    The London Foodbank LOVES perishable donations such as milk.
    They appreciate a "heads-up" for special handling and quick distribution, but distribute such items as often as possible.
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    I had to return an unopened pack of Margarine one time... and after everything was done... I saw the lady tag it as Unsellable. I asked her why and she said that Costco doesnt re-stock or return or donate any of the Freezer items and just garbage it. I was so ashamed of myself and decided not to buy and return food products from Costco unless I am sure I will use it. If some food banks could collaborate with them... and get unopened / unused food items to give a away to needy people... wouldnt that be great?

    Quote Originally Posted by greencanuck View Post
    The London Foodbank LOVES persihable donations such as milk.
    They appreciate a "heads-up" for special handling and quick distribution, but distribute such items as often as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by torontogal12 View Post
    It's the same price at Loblaws. I think there is one in Aurora
    they are sold out in aurora RCSS
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    Wow, cool, waiting for the next time.

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    All they had was Lactantia in North Bay. Looks like I won't be getting any =(

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