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30 November 2003

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Karen Krajewski

Hi,
This coming July we are hosting a group of "Church Organ" lovers at a concert in our parish. Part of the day is a lunch at our parish. The people will be coming from across the U.S. I am in charge of a luncheon for the participants and it was requested that we serve foods of a local flavor. One of the foods is Grandma Brown's Baked Beans. I remember these all through my childhood as being a local product.
Is there any way I could purchase a quantity of the canned beans from you directly? We will be seving about 250 people and are on a limited budget. If it is possible, please send the info to trksocref@aol.com and I'll make all final arrangements with you.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Karen Krajewski
President Parish Council
St. John the Baptist RC Church
Boston, New York

joe

Karen, I'm not affiliated with Grandma Brown's, other than they sponsored my little league team in 1973. You can call them directly at 315-963-7221.

marti stallknecht

I am sooo sad. I moved to Arizona about ten years ago and since that time I cannot find Grandma Brown Baked Beans anywhere. I really wish that the company would ship them to the supermarkets out this way. All we have is bush's baked beans which are already prepared and cannot compare to the homemade version using Grandma Brown beans! Arizonions are truly missing out!

joe

Marti, don't be sad. You can order Grandma Brown's from Taste of Central New York!

BRENDA     ARD

I love your beans, but I am looking for your baked beans without sugar in them. Do you make any beans for diabetics? Beans are a great food for diabetics, but without the sugar. BRENDA

joe

Hi Brenda,

I'm just a happy consumer of the beans, not the maker. You can call Grandma Brown's at 315-963-7221 to see if they offer sugar-free beans.

Kristen Borders

Can you buy these elsewhere in the US? I have relatives in NY, and have never been able to find them here in New Mexico.

Nancy Vermette

How do I go about ordering this product.We moved to SC and can't find them any where my husband loves them thanks Nancy Vermette

Donald Gates

I'm from NY, and always enjoed you beans. I have a friend that lives very close to your plant. I now live in Florida--Ocala area. Can I find them in this area???

joe

Donald, I'm not associated with the company. I doubt you can buy Grandma Brown's Beans in Florida. You can try calling them at 315-963-7221.

BETH MISHKO

THIS IS A LEGITAMATE QUESTION. I LIVE IN RURAL ALASKA WITH MY HUSBAND. MY BROTHER-IN-LAW KINDLY SENT ME GRANDMA BROWN BEANS WHICH HE KNOWS WE LOVE AND CAN'T PURCHASE HERE. HOWEVER HE SENT ME SIX 7LB 4OZ SIZE CANS. I CAN'T POSSIBLE EAT THEM IN ONE SITTING UNLESS THAT'S ALL I ATE FOR A MONTH.CAN I RECAN THE BEANS IN PINT SIZE CANNING JARS AND WHAT PROCESS SHOULD I USE. DO I JUST WATER BATH THEM TO SEAL THE JARS???
PLEASE HELP.

joe

That's a lot of beans, Beth! I don't know if you can recan them. I'd definitely give them a call at 315-963-7221 before trying.

Pat Marsh

Where can I find the History of Grandma Brown's Baked Beans.

marilyn wright

Coming from the Buffalo area, we miss having Grandma Brown Beans. Will you ever ship them to Leesburg,FL??????
Next time we're up North, we'll buy a case to bring home.

mike

Where can we but grandma brown's baked beans in Northern California ?

Dennis

Yes I Live in the Fort Myers area and i want Grandma Brown's Baked Beans toome here so that i can enjoy them like I did back home in western New York


Dennis

Jennifer

I live in southern NH and can only find Grandma Brown's Baked Beans at Price Chopper locations in Massachusetts. Any other locations you know of??

joe

I've had luck finding them at Stop-n-Shop's in the suburbs of NYC.

Cindy

I want to order cases of Grandma Brown's. I grew up on them in Oneonta NY

John Andrejack

We use to live in upstate New York and now live in the Columbus, OH area. However we have not been able to find your Grandma Brown's baked beans in the Columbus area. Because we like your baked beans so much, we'd like to be able to buy the product here in Ohio without having to go back to NY to purchase it. Can you please tell us if there are any grocery stores that carry your product in this area?
Thank you.
John Andrejack

Ellie Gill

Hi, I live in Orlando, Fl. I am originally from the Finger Lakes region of N.Y. & grew up on Grndma Brown's baked beans. Publix used to carry them, but I do not see them on the shelves anymore, do you know of any other stores in Fla that carry them????? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Ellie Gill

Nancy

Does anybody know where else to buy the beans beside Hometown Favorites website...We paid over 35 dollars for 10 small cans that included shipping. My mom is from NY and we've always had the beans at special occasions when we found them or had them bought by family friends...

Erik J. Schott

I grew up in Mexico, and Grandma Brown's Baked Beans were often a part of meals, especially during the summer. I miss them and take every opportunity to have some every time I visit from Arizona. I have introduced my wife and children to Grandma Brown's Baked Beans and they like them just as much as I do. I'd love to see them here on the shelves in the grocery stores in Phoenix.

Erik J. Schott

If you're looking for a "taste of home" from Central New York...this is the URL for you.

https://secure3.nyhost.net/~tasteofcny/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=38

Meghan

I grew up on Grandma Brown's in Buffalo (served with Sahlen's hot dogs.) I don't know about buying them around the county (none here in Houston) but there is another great site called https://www.buffalofoods.com that has a lot of great things including Grandma Brown's.

Dottie Koplow

I just used up my last can of Grandma Brown Baked Beans. I grew up on these beans in Upstate NY. My dad would bring them to me when he visited. He's passed away and my husband will not drive to NY for beans (no pun intended). I live in MA and cannot find these beans in the local markets. Is there a source here in MA that I am not aware of?

Thank you. Dottie Koplow

Vicci G.

Love Grandma Brown's Beans!! We have them aplenty in our area. We just can't find the bean soup and the saucepan beans. We are hungering for them. Could you tell me how far for me (in the Southern Tier or NY) might I have to travel to be able to by the soup and saucepan beans?? Thanks for anything you can tell me.

Joe

I've got no idea.

Bernard Flanagan

Does anyone sell Grandma's Bean soup in the Rochester, NY area? Someone told me Stop-and-Save had them, but I couldn't find any there.

Dave Dailey Orignally from Hornell, NY

I just want to say, that I didn't know where Gramma Brown Beans were made and that they are the BEST beans on the Planet. We moved from NY State over 2 years ago to South Carolina from Wolcott NY (Home town is Hornell, lived in Rochester, Willianson and Wolcott)and I was surprised that Granna Brown Beans are not sold here. I have my family bring us a bunch of size cans when they vist so I can have the greatest beans anytime I want. It has always been part of our Holiday Meals and family get togethers or just anytime. I was hoping to find their web site so I could let them know just how much I miss seeing them and being able to buy them is stores in the south. WE live in Irmo, SC (Columbia Suburb) and have told loads of people about Gramma Brown Beans. WE are down to about 5 cans left and waiting on the next family member to drive down from the north and deliver our supplies. After reading all these comments I can't believe that this company doesn't expand their Product selling locations. Think of the profit they could make and how all of us NY State transplants could be so Happy. Good Luck too All of you on getting your supply of Gramma Brown Beans.

Jennifer

My husband was just in upstate NY and there were no G.B.B.'s to be found anywhere in Rochester. When his business took him further east in the Utica area is where he hit the jackpot! Price Chopper and Shop n Save were the stores. We are located near Pittsburgh and all anyone has ever had is Busch's beans. Being raised on G.B.B.'s which were fixed with Cambells pork n beans 50/50 and brown sugar, I just cant bring myself to eat anything else. Well I am hoarding a bit and sharing the delight with some of our locals and what a treat watching their eyes light! G.B.B.'s please ship nationally!

Marie

You can buy a case of Grandma Brown's beans (16 ounce cans) from Amazon.com as well.

Marie

https://www.amazon.com/Grandma-Browns-Home-Baked-Beans/dp/B0002BQL5U
This is the address for Amazon.com link.

paul barber

i would like whoever to fight to get grandma browns baked beans down here in florida. i live in venice and am having big withdrawls. when i'm in the syracuse area or binghamton i go to the nearest wegmans and buy quite a few cans. i have my own special way to fix them and i usually make sure i am bringing the beans to the party. everyone raves about them. could someone push to get them distributed in this area?
thanks,
paul barber

Jo Ann Wimberly

We have friends here that are from upper state N Y and gave me a can of your beans.
I would like to know if you ship your baked beans and if so what would a case cost sent to San Leon, Tx 77539
Thanks
Jo Ann

jim

Can you freeze GBBB's out of the can?

Brenda Berstler

Savor New York sells and ships Grandma Brown's Baked Beans, Bean Soup and Split Pea Soup, as well as a many other New York made products. Visit their website at www.savorny.org. Click on the Do You Miss New York? button to make a request. Grandma Brown's is one our most requested products! You can also call them at 607-547-1870.

Brenda Berstler

Savor New York has a new website, www.savor-ny.com, loaded with all sorts of New York-made products. Grandma Browns, Brooks BBQ, Peppermint Pigs for the holidays. If they don't ship what you want, they'll help you find who does! Just go to www.savor-ny.com. Ask for a catalog. Great site!

Dane

This thread is the funniest damn thing I've seen all week.

Joe

People love their Grandma Brown's Baked Beans.

Maria

I found Grandma Brown's Baked Beans in Walmart :)I'm running out to get more

Rhonda LaValley, NH

Walmart in NH now sell these awesome beans. I grew up in Ogdensburg NY and every picnic, BBQ, or family reunion included these. Try a Walmart or Sams Club in your area.

Scott Mahaffy

Here is another source:

https://www.nystyledeli.com/cgi-bin/deli/index.html

Rochester NY

Also call you local grocery and ask them to carry them -- Walmart does in some areas. National chains are better bets.

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