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Ruth Lafler | Dec 3, 201604:54 PM     15

At Oakland today:

Presidenté butter, salted $4.99 lb. (In sticks)

In the clearance corner, Lindor truffles, 19 oz, assorted, $4.99. These packages have an expiration date in November; the ones on the regular shelf with an expiration in April are $9.99 (check the date on the top fold of the package)

Also in chocolates, a nice gift box of Belgian chocolates. About half a pound (20 pieces). $4.99. Good but not great. Would make a nice gift for someone who is not a chocolate connoisseur.

On a completely different note, they had the Wasabi and soy brown rice Triscuits for 99 cents a box. And "natural" wasabi peas in the NOSH aisle.

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