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« on: October 13, 2006, 07:43:05 PM »

subject: Sanalac Locatioon
from: Kathy
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Where can I find sanalac?
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« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2006, 07:43:26 PM »

subject: Sanalac powdered milk
from: Ida
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My family using Sanalac powdered milk ,I buy them at our Base but I am not sure if its available in all U.S. Bases.We are PCSA out to London and I would like to bring a bunch. I am researching on the web also if I can find a wholesale but I couldnt find one. So I guess I have to stick what we had on Base.
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« Reply #2 on: October 13, 2006, 07:43:43 PM »

subject: Sanalac Locatioon
from: Chef Eric
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Kathy: ----- I went on the web and typed Sanalac and got hundreds of returnes. Granted, most of them delt with the family that started the diary, but at least one of them was the company itself. When I went to the site it had an email port. Since you don't say what part of the world you live in it is imposible for us to give you a diffinitive location. I believe if you email the company they can at least put you in touch with a distributor in your area who can tell you the closest location to your part of town. I am not dodging you, but I believe this may be the easiest way to go. I just had another idea. Swiss Miss is a product of that company. If you ask your local grocer that carries Swiss Miss, he may be able to order the product you are looking for into his store OR give you the name of the local distributor. I did that with a tomato product that I believed to be better than even my own. It works. Best of luck to you. If you try these ideas without results, post again and we will give it another go. Regards Chef Eric
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