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Surprisingly Rare and Interesting 'Snacks' Find at 'Foody Mart, Steeles/Warden, Scarborough'!

Charles Yu | Mar 17, 202102:14 PM     4

To some of you who do not mind paying a hefty premium for a bit of rare snacking products that would bring back some fond and nostalgic ' Pre-Covid ' overseas vacation memories?!
This morning, whilst grocery shopping at ' Foody Mart , Scarborough ', I came across a huge bunch of rare snack items, uncommon in Toronto but commonly found in airport gift shops like Tokyo's Narita or Singapore Changi.
The following finds are just the tip of the iceberg:
- Hokkaido Potato Farm crispy Potato sticks
- Exotic 'Sparkling Wine' Kit-Kat
- Singapore Irvin's Salted Duck egg yolk Salmon skin....

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