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blork | Jan 14, 201906:52 AM     20

(Yes, I know it should be "pierogi" but it says "perogies" right on the bag.)

I used to buy Pelmen perogies (particularly the cheddar/jalapeno ones) on a regular basis, but over the past year or so they are becoming harder to find. My local Provigo stopped selling them. Local IGA stopped selling them. I've looked all over but can't find them anywhere. Their web site seems out of date, and its "where to buy" section just plain lies.

Has anyone here seen them in Montreal or the south shore lately? Any idea why they've become perogie-non-grata in all the stores?

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