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Does anyone know where I can buy the ready-to-eat food that COOP stores usually have like spinach or tomato bread?
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Re: COOP ready-to-eat food

Try Migros
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Try Migros
ditto - Anna's Best (their home brand) has good stuff.

Aldi's garlic bread is mouthwatering and really cheap, btw

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Does anyone know where I can buy the ready-to-eat food that COOP stores usually have like spinach or tomato bread?
Am I missing something here?
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Am I missing something here?
Yes spinach and tomato bread
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Does anyone know where I can buy the ready-to-eat food that COOP stores usually have like spinach or tomato bread?
How about Coop?
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Re: COOP ready-to-eat food

You mean this stuff?

If you can't find it in-store then you can get it delivered via the above link. Probably.
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Re: COOP ready-to-eat food

To be fair - "Does anybody know where I can buy Coop food?" has overtaken anything to do with brown sugar or "where can I catch a train?" as being the single most pointless question I ever saw here
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Re: COOP ready-to-eat food

Like in my office.
Sometimes people buy ice creams for everyone and then they said: "Please feel free to take an ice cream! They are in the freezer." O_O

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To be fair - "Does anybody know where I can buy Coop food?" has overtaken anything to do with brown sugar or "where can I catch a train?" as being the single most pointless question I ever saw here
Weeell... it was narrowed down to ready-to-eat food
For me, though, even popping garlic bread into the oven is too much of a hassle when I want to eat something on the spot. Just grab a roll, a slab of cheese and some deli meat, plus maybe a veg/fruit, and you're all set

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Like in my office.
Sometimes people buy ice creams for everyone and then they said: "Please feel free to take an ice cream! They are in the freezer." O_O

Good to know
That's cool - ice cream in a stuffy, swelteringly hot office is the best

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Re: COOP ready-to-eat food

Coop has ready made sandwiches, that what you want?
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