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Where can I buy nuts and dried fruits in bulk?

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I am wondering if there is any shop in Zurich that sells nuts and dried fruits in bulk. These stuffs are usually available in small packs (100 - 200 g). Thanks.
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Old 03.04.2021, 11:39
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Re: Where can I buy nuts and dried fruits in bulk?

Top CC. You have to apply for a customer card but they are available to everyone. You should be able to get nuts/dried fruit in 500/1000g packs.
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Re: Where can I buy nuts and dried fruits in bulk?

https://shop.narimpex.ch/de/

a Biel-Bienne enterprise , I checked this on my old phone and the website as it seems only available in German ( maybe different when one opens the page via laptop).

Narimpex also delivers stock to some of the bigger Swiss supermarkets.

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https://shop.narimpex.ch/de/

a Biel-Bienne enterprise , alas website as it seems only available in German.
Narimpex also delivers stock to some of the bigger Swiss supermarkets.
Thé website is in German, French and English for me.
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Thé website is in German, French and English for me.
Likewise!

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Re: Where can I buy nuts and dried fruits in bulk?

Maybe Aligro too. Don't see anything online, but I'd be surprised if they didn't have nuts and dried fruit in their stores.

www.aligro.ch
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Maybe Aligro too. Don't see anything online, but I'd be surprised if they didn't have nuts and dried fruit in their stores.

www.aligro.ch
Here is the page with the store locations. There should be one close of Zurich. They address the bulk market so they would normally have larger formats (probably not bulk self-serve though).

Link (DE): https://www.aligro.ch/de/markt
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Re: Where can I buy nuts and dried fruits in bulk?

Schwarzenbach in Zürich has dried fruit and nuts in bulk, as well as spices and other goodies. It's a great shop... but not inexpensive.

https://www.schwarzenbach.ch
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Re: Where can I buy nuts and dried fruits in bulk?

https://www.gebana.com/en/
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Re: Where can I buy nuts and dried fruits in bulk?

Top CC - thanks for the tip. Was looking for this type of store in Basel to no avail.
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Re: Where can I buy nuts and dried fruits in bulk?

https://dattelmann.com/
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Re: Where can I buy nuts and dried fruits in bulk?

Our local Migros has a set of containers holding nuts and dried fruit from which you can fill the bags or containers they provide with the amount and mix that you like - or at least they did before the last lockdown, haven't really noticed if it's still there or not (I strongly suspect it's still there).
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