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I think you'll find it's actually a Singapore conglomerate and Sara Lee is just one of the trading names they use. 

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2 minutes ago, AJBangkok said:

Villa market sometimes has them.

 Yes, Villas in BKK, at least in the farang areas, tend to have them. And I think some of the Central Food Halls might as well.

 

 

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20 minutes ago, scorecard said:

I think you'll find it's actually a Singapore conglomerate and Sara Lee is just one of the trading names they use. 

 

According to this source, Sara Lee, which originally was a U.S. bakery and deserts producer, ended up after a lot of corporate restructurings being acquired in 2014 by another American foods conglomerate, Tyson Foods, which still sells products under the Sara Lee brand.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sara_Lee_Corporation

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Central Food Hall does not mean Tops.

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9 minutes ago, pomozki said:

thanks heaps for the replies, not very well now but when I am I'll be off checking the nearest Villa Market and Central, which probably means Tops

 

There's a difference between regular Tops supermarkets and the larger and better/more widely stocked Central Food Halls -- even though they're both owned by Central.

 

If I was looking for a Sara Lee item, I'd at least start with a Central FH if I had one anywhere nearby.

 

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