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Caputo Flour in Smaller Bags

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  • Caputo Flour in Smaller Bags


    I found a company that repacks Caputo 00 Pizza Flour into smaller 5lb, 10lb and 15lb bags, so you don't have to buy 45lbs at a time. Shipping is still pretty high relative to the cost of the item, but it's basically a low cost way of trying out the flour to see if you like it, and want to buy larger amounts.

    They carry a bunch of Italian foods, including San Marzano tomatoes. Take a look:


    Pizza Ovens
    Outdoor Fireplaces

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    I tried to order but the shipping costs are way too high

    A 5 lb bag of flour costs $3.95 but shipping is 13.08 to CA. 2 5lb bags cost 17.40 for shipping which is a little better but it still doesn't make sense


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      Re: Caputo Flour in Smaller Bags

      Also try Fred's Music and Barbecue Supply for Caputo, and lots of other stuff for pizza makers. A reputable place to trade.