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  • bert taylor
    Posted December 4, 2012 at 12:16 am | Permalink

    I went into Costco today and bought a 40 oz portion of Comfort Cuisine brand Cape Cod Chicken Salad.
    Where have you been all my life? This is the chicken salad that I was getting at a Kings super market at twice the price. My wife and I happen to love cranberries and go to Cape Cod usually once a year to get our fix of them. Cranberry apple pies and cranberry tuna and cranberry sauce, so when we saw the Cape Cod Chicken Salad, we had to try some.
    Exceptionally good and fresh as well. I listed the ingredients and was happy that you don’t include onions. My wife has an allergy to onions and has a skip a lot of tuna and chicken salads that have added onions. So she can enjoy it also.
    I read label and see the calories are just fine. The cholesterol and saturated fat are a little high but acceptable for us.
    What a wonderful treat. I will continue to buy from Costco but Ioalso know that they often change brands at their store. I am worried that we won’t be able to find your fine product there in the future. We live in northern NJ in zip code 07677 and would be so happy to have the names of stores in my area that carry your products. It might be a different name than the Comfort Cuisine but so log as we know that you make it, we would recommend it to our friends and neighbors as well.
    If we could get those names, I would be most appreciative.

    thank you,

    Bert Taylor
    1 Stratford ct
    Woodcliff Lake, NJ 07677

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