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Fondx fondant in Canada??? Where to find it?

post #1 of 26
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I was wondering if anybody from Canada would know if Fondx is available here (Ontario)? I've looked everywhere and can't find it. Thanks in advance!!!
post #2 of 26
Hi

Contact the below and ask them if they have any distributers in your area. That's how I found it in BC.

http://caljavaonline.com/index.html
post #3 of 26
I did see it at the bulk barn in a small container and was really expensive. I think it was 60$ for 3 lb pail.
post #4 of 26
Hi,

I live in Montreal, Quebec and I get my fondant (Satin Ice) through a local bakery, price is reasonable (about $70) for a 20lb pail. you can contact them directly as they do ship to everywhere in Canada.

Phone number La Gaterie (514) 695-1444, they also have a website under lagaterie.com

if you need more info, let me know

There is also a cake store in Ontario called creative cutters and they make their own fondant (I personally did not like the texture) they also have a website I think creativecutters.com


Good luck,
Marie
post #5 of 26
I buy Virgin Ice from the Bulk Barn and the price was quite reasonable (can't remember). I have never seen the FondX brand though at the one that I go to....

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post #6 of 26
Thread Starter 
Thanks you guys for all the info.

I've tried Satin Ice and I liked it a lot, it's just a little expensive for me with shipping.
I'll check Bulk Barn again. I've just sent an email to CalJava, let's see what they say.
Thanks again!!!!!!! I really appreciate the help!!
post #7 of 26
Thread Starter 
Thanks you guys for all the info.

I've tried Satin Ice and I liked it a lot, it's just a little expensive for me with shipping.
I'll check Bulk Barn again. I've just sent an email to CalJava, let's see what they say.
Thanks again!!!!!!! I really appreciate the help!!
post #8 of 26
Try www.j-wilton.com. They ship anywhere in Canada.
post #9 of 26
Goldas Kitchen has lots of different types of fondant. I find their prices to be good and shipping is great. They do have a store if you are close you can pick it up and save on the shipping.

Also, McCalls in Mississauga has their own brand that I use and find it very easy to work with. Great price but you need to have a business permit to shop there.

Where are you located?
post #10 of 26
Golda's kitchen does have it.
post #11 of 26
You can find it at Flour Confections in Pickering they have it and are fairly reasonable in prices.

If you google them you can find there website.

hth
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post #12 of 26
Try Chrissie Boon's store, "Too Nice to Slice" in Kitchener, Ontario.
She is also offering free shipping now on certain items on her website:
http://icinginspirations.ca/

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post #13 of 26
Jenteach what is the Virgin Ice like? I have eyed it at Bulk Barn, but afraid of ready made fondant after the Wilton stuff and some other stuff I bought at a cake shop here - some reason I think it was called McCalls or something like that....
post #14 of 26
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Originally Posted by goodiegoddess

Goldas Kitchen has lots of different types of fondant. I find their prices to be good and shipping is great. They do have a store if you are close you can pick it up and save on the shipping.

Also, McCalls in Mississauga has their own brand that I use and find it very easy to work with. Great price but you need to have a business permit to shop there.

Where are you located?



Actually, if you belong to the Canadian Cake Decorating Guild, you can use your membership to get a 10% discount at McCall's and many other places. I don't think you need a business permit if you've got the membership card. If you do a lot of decorating, this is an invaluable membership, plus you get all kinds of tips etc. from the website.

http://canadiancakedecoratorsguild.ning.com/


It's open to everyone, not just Canadians. There are many famous decorators there already. Check it out!
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post #15 of 26
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Originally Posted by goodiegoddess

Goldas Kitchen has lots of different types of fondant. I find their prices to be good and shipping is great. They do have a store if you are close you can pick it up and save on the shipping.

Also, McCalls in Mississauga has their own brand that I use and find it very easy to work with. Great price but you need to have a business permit to shop there.

Where are you located?




You don't need a permit, just pay the $25 a year for a membership.
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