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Danux
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Single-serving Packets

Post by Danux » Sat Jul 21, 2018 8:32 pm

I'm able to dredge up ketchup, mustard, & relish easily enough (Wholesale Club), but I can't seem to find anyone that sells those single-serving packets of Cheez Whiz. Anyone know where to get them, how long they last on a pantry shelf?
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Danux
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Re: Single-serving Packets

Post by Danux » Tue Jul 31, 2018 11:20 pm

So, Wholesale Club has ketchup, mustard, relish, mayonnaise, S&S sauce, peanut butter, jams/jellies/marmalades, all in single-serve packets. I had already purchased peanut butter and jam packets some years ago, looked at them last night, and they all seem in tact -there is no expiration date on them. I guess that's a quick and dirty way to keep condiments without refrigeration. Still no luck finding the Cheez Whiz packets, though.

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Re: Single-serving Packets

Post by kootenay kid » Wed Aug 01, 2018 7:44 pm

I would contact Kraft directly and ask them where you can get the single serving packets of Cheez Whiz.

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Re: Single-serving Packets

Post by scrounger » Thu Aug 02, 2018 12:29 am

Find a friendly restaurant owner who uses Kraft products for their breakfast spreads. See if they will order them for you. Here is the sku. Hope you want 200 of them.

00068100897548 CHEEZ WHIZ SINGLE SERVE 18 g ✕ 200
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Re: Single-serving Packets

Post by Denob » Thu Aug 02, 2018 1:50 pm

Try a google search for local restaurant supply, a lot of them are open to the public
I've gotten single packs of jam and PB like that.
However, they are not lt storage and we ended up tossing them as we didn't use them.

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