Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Damn it Bobby, Aug 1, 2007.
I found a bunch of SND on Yonge near Bloor and further south...anything near North York / Markham?
Popeye's or SND (though same owner now).
Teh internets is good.
IF I need to order, I go through trueprotein.com (no customs or duties because they have a "canadian" office) or anafit for the specialized stuff
i googled it an found supplements canada...any good?
so trueprotein makes their own house brand of stuff? which one is the best value?
supplements canada is good.
no idea of their source. I usually don't order whey from them. its pretty much the same price as SND for equivalent product, but i find the taste of ON is better.
so far just ordered casein, custom xtend mix. want to order some more xtend and wazy maize soon.
Weird...when tracking my order, it did actually still come from California.
oh it still comes from cali, but since they are also registered as a Canadian company, they technically do the importing which is why no customs or duties. They used to have a warehouse in Winnipeg IIRC. But these days i think they have a Canadian branch in name and legality only.
at SND last night, I noticed they had some Controlled Labs products now. Think it was white blood or purple wrath
Yeah they ship from california but they have a deal with a broker or something.
You might have to pay duty fees on the anafit order (or any order from the US except for TP and some other places which have special deals such as The End Records, which is one of the best mailorder place IMO).
if you get anafit to ship via USPS you can avoid duties 9 times out of 10. anything OPS is gonna rail ya, unless there is some kind of deal, ie TP
Yeah well I've had shipment which I had to pay 25% more because of the duty fees. Fuck that. Free trade my ass.
There was an article in the journal about this a day or two ago. One guy from Canon Canada said that the American website sent Canadians to the Canadian website instead of letting us buy from the American one because "they want people to buy Canadian products"