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Cheese

ISO good quality imported Italian Cheese

itryalot | Aug 25, 202109:01 AM     1

Since the epidemic, we have hardly had any. I'll be in Oakville/Etobicoke, Ancaster area and then heading up to Vaughan area. We used to buy at Grande Cheese all the time but last time, they hardly had any imported products and most were ones you could get readily in other places. Pecorino, Cacciocavallo, taleggio, gorgonzola dolce, etc.). Other than cheese boutique, I heard that some suppliers/distributors were opening to the public. Any help would be appreciated especially not in very high end places.

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