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Yep... Good price like before...ordered another.
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I have to say...they're superior to the O-Spray brand. More natural tasting.
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Warm deal. I'm eating dried cranberries right now. Step into your local dollar tree store. They have Welch's Dried Cranberries for $1. 6 ounces worth. If you were to buy 4lbs of them it would cost $10.66 (4 x 16 ounces = 64 ounces.... 64 divided by 6 = $10.66)
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yeah but sometimes dollar tree stuff not so fresh . . .

if you got a yeast infection would you trust the dollar tree medicated-cream ?

if you are going 2 have a one night stand would you trust the dollar tree condoms ?

you ever have a look @ the produce @ the dollar tree ? or actually just start smelling before you even get near the produce and tell me how far do you have 2 b away 2 smell the stench before even getting near the produce . . .
LOL, it is made by Welch's. Like one of the biggest brands at every big super market. It has the same exact 3 ingredients as the ones here: "Cranberries, sugar, sunflower oil". I've never seen a dollar tree sell produce. Welch's sells it in sealed bags. Do you wear a tin foil hat when you go to sleep?

The dollar tree is for bargain hunters. Sheep go to wholefoods thinking they are buying organic food. You are just getting bamboozled by a smarter person than you. Just like the guy who tried to sell another man a bridge. Just because you have money, doesn't make you smart. LOL! I think you fit that profile perfectly because you think these cranberries are of higher quality and are a good price. I wish you would shop at my store! I could make a lot of money off of you Wink
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What about raisins? 🤔
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Exclusively for Prime members only.
Not available for even S&S Frown
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for those with Sprouts nearby, they have dried cranberries on sale on the regular for $2-2.50/lb
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it may seem trivial but - cranberry product are cheap and will get cheaper.
as a commodity they are losing in popularity, and must get exported or rot.
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Sam's/Costco has this stuff for less I think. It's just regular candied cranberries
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Thought it was a bag of fire ants by looking at the picture
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The Ocean Spray 4lb bag sometimes goes for as low as 8.99 when Amazon's own inventory drops low (1-5 available).
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Thought it was a bag of fire ants by looking at the picture
If you could only be so lucky. Great source of protein, and probably a delicacy in some parts of the world. laugh out loud
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Damn wish this was the cherries at this price! I'd be all over it like a hobo on a ham sandwich
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