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post #16 of 18
I can vouch for Dianne. She's a member of our cake club in NH. Her letter to Pillsbury was passionate, succinct and included photos of her cake failures. No one was more surprised than Dianne when she was contacted by them to become part of a research team. Please help us all out by taking the quick survey. I did and if we can wow them with surveys - who knows they may even offer huge boxes of cake mix at WalMart for those of us who empty their shelves on a weekly basis (well, that's what I suggested anyway). Like the commercial says "Can you Hear me Now". With Dianne at the helm, .................they'll be hearing from a lot of us.
post #17 of 18
Denise, you're da best. Strength in numbers! icon_smile.gif
post #18 of 18
For what it's worth - if you live in the Midwest near a Hy-Vee grocery store - their store brand mixes are still 18.25 oz and right now are on sale for 99 cents. Don't know how long the bigger size will last - Aldi mixes have recently changed to the 16.5 oz size too.
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