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Cadbury Roses Box 225g Only $3 at The Reject Shop

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Cadbury Roses box 225g for $3 at The Reject Shop

At this price you can thank a lot of people ;-)

Price saving? Currently on sale at Woolworths for $7 (saving $1.50 off their normal price from memory).
This works out much better value than the occasional 99c Cadbury choc bar specials.

Made in NZ. Has Australian address on back so probably same as local supermarket stock.
Best before 28 May 2012 - You know they'll be eaten before then ;-)

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    Store profile: The Good Guys?

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    Close expiry date, but so far still good. They'd be fine for kids for easter - it's not as if the chocolate will still be around by May anyway.

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    I asked today as my local didn't have any, girl said it's a special starting next week.

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      I saw them on sale yesterday, plus the ad on TV has been going since the start of the week at least.
      Must just be your store.

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    Yeah, good stuff.
    They're the ones with the dark & regular chocolates too.

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    wasn't there a thing recently about the NZ loophole for import? IIRC, NZ law does not require them to state where a product came from. Hence if NZ imports something and then AUS imports from NZ, they can legitimately say it is from NZ. However if AUS imports it directly, our laws say you need to state country of origin.

    just thought of this when I saw your NZ notice in OP but might not apply here. will dig up article if i can :)

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    "Loopholes in the laws include food that is imported into New Zealand, repackaged and then sent to Australia, with no need for a label about where the food originally came from. In Australia, labelling foods with a country of origin is a legal requirement. But the loophole exists because of Australia's free trade agreement with NZ, which has a domestic policy of voluntary country-of-origin labels (except for wine)."

    http://foodtechupdates.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/country-of-or...

    Thought i'd put it up in case the 'made in australia/nz claim was a deciding factor.

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      Interesting point, but dammit, I'd totally forgotten about that and have been happily been buying fish from NZ.

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    not as good, but 150g cabury roses at ritchies iga for $2.99 this week (1/2 price)

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    Happened to check stock in Coles and Woolies both are made in NZ so doesn't look like Roses are made in Aust (anymore?).

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