Weight Watchers cream cheese

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Posted: 12 Feb 2008, 14:54
Has anybody had any luck finding the new WW cream cheeses in any stores??? I have been looking high and low and haven't found it yet. Thanks

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Posted: 12 Feb 2008, 15:33
No, But i am in love with the bagels!

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Posted: 17 Apr 2008, 16:26
I have tried the new cream cheese.It very tasty and good.I found it at Meijer's. in Indiana.it's cost me $2.99.Their is 4 portion containers in each package.

They also have the WW cheese slices as well,as the cheese sticks,,and cheese wedges.
I also found ww wheat pita pockets.I can't stop at the cheese. they also have the new cookies,I tried the chocolate chips.They also have oatmeal raison cookies.I hope you can find them in your area

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Posted: 18 Apr 2008, 13:16
Yes, I found them at Schnuck's here in St. Louis.
Haven't tried it yet. Been saving them for the weekend.

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Posted: 17 Jan 2009, 13:56
If you have a super Wal-mart near you call them and ask the one near me in Oregon has a lot of Weight Watcher products...Good luck

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Posted: 17 Jan 2009, 17:32
I don't purchase ww products on a whole, but the cream cheese is good. I have it in a tub and individual servings also. I purchased mine at Wal-mart.

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Posted: 17 Jan 2009, 19:47
Wal Mart!

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Posted: 17 Jan 2009, 20:38
I have it in my Kroger.
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Posted: 17 Jan 2009, 23:06
Ralph's has it over here. But I prefer the Philadelphia brand, myself.
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