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    Quote Originally Posted by winevines View Post
    Can you give us your source for the block fondant?
    I buy it around here at a place called C.O Nolt & son (bakery supply store), just outside Lancaster in a place called Smoketown. Its a product made by Dawn Foods. You can look up the Dawn foods website and see if there are any distributors near you. Or look and see if there are any bakery supply warehouses. Good Luck.

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    How much is your honey?

    I just paid 80.00 for 60 pounds.

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    I just purchased 25# bag of Domino pure cane sugar for ~12 bucks at BJ. It was ~10 bucks couple weeks ago.

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    Around here the 10# bags are less/# than 25# bags are for some reason. The stores never seem to put 25# on sale, but 5 & 10's get reduced often. I was glad to see $4.29 / 10# bags this week and bought all they had. This is generic, name brands are much more/# yet. We don't have any wholesalers to buy from locally.

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    Prompted by the several messgaes in this thread, I checked the prices today. The ALBI near us sells 5 pounds/1.85$, ie 10 pounds/3.77 (once you include the tax). Walmart sells 5 pounds/2.30$ and Kroger 4 pounds/2.02$. So, ALBI is the cheaper, although it does not sell for 0.99/5 pounds.
    Stavros

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    hey, thought ya'll would get a kick out of this you should be able to zoom in if you go to the link




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    "Any fool can learn, the trick is to understand - Einstein"

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    Thanks I remember reading those I think Tony

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