Foods not available in the US (but are in Canada)
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| Originally Posted by DougsGirl |
tim hortons donut holes. i know we have donuts, but not tims!
| Originally Posted by AnnR |
So what is available in the US, but not Canada?
Posted 29 April 2008 - 03:32 PM
Our Ice Tea is different too. Up here it's more like kool-aid - FULL of sugar. It's not cold tea with sugar either, I don't know how you explain it other then it being sugary goodness.
In the states there are a bunch of chocolate bars we don't get. Butterfinger I think? I know there's a bunch more. Plus ANY new product that comes out is in the states about a year before we get it up here.
So, anybody know of anything else you don't have? I have a can of Pringles Ketchup Chips packed but so far that's it.
Posted 29 April 2008 - 03:34 PM
You girls have me craving ketchup chips now!!
I can't think of anything - we always go across the border to buy all the stuff we can't get here!!!
Posted 29 April 2008 - 03:35 PM
And don't you guys have Smarties too? They're like M&M's but a little different? I have to say I'm partial to the M&M's myself...but I remember a friend of mine being VERY glad to receive some Smarties in the mail one time! ;-)
Also, doesn't one of your OTC drugs have Codeine in it? Like the tylenol does or something? maybe that's just my brain being crazy but I remember another one of my canadian friends stocking up on certain OTC meds while she was up there visiting...she just thought they were better or something I guess.
Ooh...and Toblerone comes to mind...but I think you can find that most places in the states now...it used to be more difficult to track down.
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