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Avalon Dairy prices?

Discussion in 'Food, Drinks and Dining' started by milquetoast, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Does anybody have a ballpark figure on how much more Avalon Dairy costs over the Dairyland stuff in supermarkets?
    I know you can also get the products at places like IGA, are the prices cheaper at Avalon's on site retail store?
  2. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Went by IGA on Burrard and copied down some prices for anyone that's interested.

    Avalon Dairy Prices
    Homo, 2% and 1% Milk - $2.41 for 1 Litre
    Skim Milk - $2.37 for 1 Litre
    Organic Homo Milk - $3.39 for 1 Litre
    Organic 2% and 1% Milk - $3.29 for 1L
    Organic Skim Milk - $3.15 for 1L
    Chocolate Milk - $2.99 for 1L and $1.99 for 500mL
    Butter Milk - $1.99 for 500 mL
    Organic Half and Half 10% - $2.82 for 500 mL
  3. BCBruce

    BCBruce Guest

    I believe that homo is $1.71 at the dairy retail store in east Vancouver, plus bottle deposit.
  4. ctsnou

    ctsnou Guest

    i found my way here looking for prices too :) they need to get post their prices online or get twitter or smth
  5. 604YVR

    604YVR Full Member

  6. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Crap, thanks for the heads up. Going to make a visit before they sell it then.
  7. 604YVR

    604YVR Full Member

  8. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    I'm more interested in the historical relevance of the Wales St. location though, plus it's in my neighbourhood. Does their other location have a retail store like the old one?
  9. 604YVR

    604YVR Full Member

    It used to for a bit... But they eventually shut it down. Walk in business probably isn't good in that area.

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