Can you get ? in USA and UK?

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  1. dizzyr

    dizzyr DIS Veteran

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    Can you get the following in the US? What about UK? I'm in Canada and wanted to add something to the FE gifts that you can't get there but the site I checked was from a few years ago so not sure if the items are still unavailable outside of Canada.

    Aero bar
    Coffee Crisp
    Ketchup Chips
    All Dressed Chips

    Anything else you may have tried/gotten before along those lines that you liked?
     
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  3. Janepod

    Janepod <font color=royalblue>The new dinning plan is out.

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    Stop & Shop here in CT has Aero Bars. Haven't seen the other things, but haven't looked. Ketchup Chips sound ... not good.
     
  4. minnie mum

    minnie mum Unapologetic Disney Fan(atic)

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    The candy bars are Cadbury products, so would be easily available in the UK, I would think. THe only place I recall finding Cadbury bars in the US was at the UK pavilion in Epcot (at exhorbitant prices).

    The chips, I dunno- they have some REALLY different flavours available in the UK though. I've never seen those flavours of chips in the US.
     
  5. lizabu

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    I think they don't have Smarties in the US. I'm not sure when your trip is but I just bought some Halloween themed ones called Scaries and they have Halloween themed Coffee Crisp called Coffin Crisp and Halloween Aero called Scaero
     
  6. fimac

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    UK will have aero bars, coffee crisp and ketchup chips(crisps) I would not expect them to have all dressed chips.
     
  7. Danauk

    Danauk <font color=green>I would be sitting on the patio

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    We have aero bars in the UK. You probably can get ketchup crisps (sorry chips!) here too. I haven't seen coffee crisp or all dressed chips anywhere near where I live. In fact I have never even heard of all dressed chips.
     
  8. lolainkent

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    If there were Coffee Crisps in the UK, I've never stop eating them! That's one thing friends/family have to bring when they come visit from Canada. I've only ever seen them at the Canada Store in Covent Garden (which is now shut, I think). Same with All Dressed chips. I've never seen Ketchup chips. Dill Pickle is also not available here.

    We have regular, mint and orange Aero bars.
     
  9. PrincessShmoo

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    Smarties? Like this?
    [​IMG]

    We have them in the US. They're DHs favorite.

    Now, if you're referring to something else called "Smarties"???:confused3
     
  10. lolainkent

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    Smarties in Canada are chocolate with a candy coating, always packed in a box. Similar to basic M&M's.

    OP - Smarties are in the UK!
     
  11. ilovemk76

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    Ketchup chips are sold in the US but are not nearly as popular as they are in Canada.
     
  12. tvguy

    tvguy Question anything the facts don't support.

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    I just Skyped with DD in England, she says her roommates from Germany and Malaysia say the western food item they consider a treat is individual services of Kraft Macaroni and cheese. :eek: DD is appalled because we always make Mac and Cheese from scratch.
     
  13. goofyintoronto

    goofyintoronto I really wanted to like it, but I didnt.

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    Ketchup chips are actually pretty good! You should try it if you ever get the chance. More kids than adults seem to enjoy them.


    In canada we have all kinds of crazy flavours. Maple flavour chips, perogie flavour, i've also seen tandoori, fries and gravy, roast chicken, and the list goes on and on.

    BTW Smarties (the ones simillar to M&Ms) are absolutely devine!!! I actually cant stand chocolate M&Ms, i prefer smarties. My fave! :goodvibes
     
  14. lizabu

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    No. These are what Smarties are in Canada
    [​IMG]
     
  15. Marlea98

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    We have the same ones in Australia.

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  16. dizzyr

    dizzyr DIS Veteran

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    I know right!? They are actually pretty tasty though. I like them because I can only eat a few at a time unlike bar-b-q where I will polish off the whole bag!
     
  17. dizzyr

    dizzyr DIS Veteran

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    They are all Nestle bars - I just looked at the packaging and it doesn't say anything about Cadbury. Did they merge in the UK? We do have Cadbury here as well.
     
  18. dizzyr

    dizzyr DIS Veteran

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    Already have the smarties! I saw the Scaries yesterday too but our trip is the first Christmas themed cruise so I didn't get them. I ended up getting two boxes of the mixed ones since I couldn't find just smarties and that's what got me thinking maybe the other chocolate bars would work too :)
     
  19. dizzyr

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    Oh I love dill pickle chips! All dressed chips are getting harder and harder to find here.
     
  20. dizzyr

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    I see someone else posted the Canadian smarties. They ones you posted are available here as well but they are called "Rockets"
     
  21. NAB

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    Our Canadian Kit Kat has a totally different taste then the U.S verison. Different chocolate I guess.
     

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