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I get mine at Walmart or Sprouts.
Depends on who has them cheaper.
If you look for them in Walmart, they will be in the produce section, not with the nuts in the baking section. Sometimes they are prepackaged in bags, other times they are on a foam tray with plastic wrap over them. Check expiration dates, sometimes they will have old stuff mixed in with the new.
Don't buy them online as I never have had a problem finding them locally!
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I bought them at the bulk barn in Canada. Our Walmart here does not have these. My grocery store has small 4oz bags but expensive, so for now I will stick with the bulk store.
I buy them in bulk in small quantities.... you could buy them in quantities of a week at a time! Just sayin
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I saw them in a half pound package at Wal-Mart today.
I get mine at Whole Foods, or at the local farmers' markets (it's cheaper at the farmers' markets).
Can anyone recommend an on-line store to purchase Brazil nuts from or does Whole Foods have a good brand? Want to use them for my source of selenium. Read 1-2 a day is plenty so I don't want to be purchasing them in bulk.
Edited by: IVORYGIRL1776 at: 9/14/2012 (11:40)