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Supplier for fruits needed

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Supplier for fruits needed

Postby strider » 13 Jul 2016, 14:37

I'm opening a cake shop, but I can't find a supplier for my pie filling/fruits in syrup. I am looking for a source to purchase strawberries, cherries, and apples in syrup. Either if someone just knows a bulk goods store that carries these specialty items, or can put me in touch with a restaurant food supply agent, that would be much appreciated, thanks.
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Re: Supplier for fruits needed

Postby randomphil » 19 Jul 2016, 17:18

There's a group of foreigners selling baking-related products. Not sure they have what you're looking for, but they might know the relevant suppliers.

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