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Dried Fruit, nuts & seeds

Post by Primrose Hill » Tue, 21 Oct 2014 2:16 pm

Sometime ago, someone posted on here a link to suggested websites that delivers and sells great dried fruit, nuts & seeds. Its nearly that time of the year again, whereby I begin soaking my dried fruits but have lost the website details.
Can someone suggest good ones then?

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Re: Dried Fruit, nuts & seeds

Post by the lynx » Tue, 21 Oct 2014 3:33 pm

Primrose Hill wrote:Sometime ago, someone posted on here a link to suggested websites that delivers and sells great dried fruit, nuts & seeds. Its nearly that time of the year again, whereby I begin soaking my dried fruits but have lost the website details.
Can someone suggest good ones then?
http://forum.singaporeexpats.com/sutra660711.html

I concur about Fu Lu Shou near Sim Lim Square (in between Little India station and Bugis station). The whole building is about dried fruits, seeds and nuts, and probably the cheapest place to get them.

Sometimes I hanker for dried Vietnamese lotus seeds (to munch with beer while watching football/tennis/F1/anime) and that's the only place where I can find them. OK that one is a little bit expensive because it is harder to find. But for regular items, the price is competitive!

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Post by jk21 » Tue, 21 Oct 2014 8:58 pm

The online ordering with free delivery for $60 orders is http://www.gardenpicks.com.sg

I have been happy with their products.

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Re: Dried Fruit, nuts & seeds

Post by samanthaaa » Mon, 31 Jul 2017 3:28 pm

Maybe you would like to consider https://www.foodsterr.com/, they do sell a range of dried fruits and nuts. haha

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