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i would never go to a restaurant that sifts bugs. i never heard of that place anyway, but @least they are honest. granera is a nice store, but the dried foods @ superlake are fresh. poncho sells to other stores as well, he wholesales. the product is arriving every week. in the little store, the turnover is slower. so she wont buy that much untill she is running out. @one time "super laura" in san antonio bought brown rice from poncho, but it had ants in it. because it sat there too long. in torittos the almonds/nuts dont have dates either. sealed yes, dated no.
her nuts are in a large barrel. you dont know how old they are, some things are there for months. @least in superlake there are dates on the bags of nuts & seeds & grains. there are new bags packaged every week or 2. i always shop @ superlake, fresh merch comes in regularly. also when nuts are bagged in plastic & sealed, roaches cannot get in.
more liana: in general its 24 pesos. this company undercuts the competitors. they also are very nice. once a water tasted strange, they would not accept any $$ for the exchange, even a tip.
tele: 765 3999 in chapala. 15 or 16 pesos for the huge bottle. ask for someone who speaks english. there are mex-americans who work there. if they dont come call them back, the managers will telephone the truck to remind driver. (did it occur for some of the posters that older people cannot carry 50 lbs of water)? delivery service is the way to go.