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where in seattle to buy turkish olives?

allie | Jun 2, 200312:22 AM     12

i have been looking for olives by the brand name of SERA, still can't find them, they sell green and black ones, and they are packed in a plastic rectangular "bubble" (box)with the brine. the packaging is transparent,so you can see them through it.

question is, last time i saw them was in the southwest (TX), in a middle-eastern grocery. i tried calling all groceries in the area, but the salespeople just end up offering other types of olives. these are the BEST in my opinion...anyone seen them in this area?????

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