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Heinz, Pickle Genuine Dill, 46 OZ (Pack of 6)
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Heinz, Pickle Genuine Dill, 46 OZ (Pack of 6)

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Product Details:
Product Weight: 19.84 pounds
Package Length: 15.3 inches
Package Width: 10.3 inches
Package Height: 6.9 inches
Package Weight: 27.2 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 61 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 5.0 ( 61 customer reviews )
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5 of 5 found the following review helpful:

5Agree with other reviewerJul 21, 2010
By Nebraska Joe
Hometown Favorites / Crossroads Market has $5 shipping for seemingly as many jars as you order (I ordered 5). Save almost 50% off this item (comparing final prices at checkout) with huge difference in shipping ($33 vs $5). Oh --- the pickles are great!

4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

5Taste just like the red label Genuine DillsNov 11, 2009
By S. Turner
I ordered the red label Heinz Genuine Dills and got these instead. They taste just like the red label sour and delicious.

3 of 3 found the following review helpful:

5Premium Genuine DillsApr 13, 2010
By Brenda K. Dewberry "Brendew"
I have ordered these particular pickles several times from Amazon. My hometown used to carry them but quit doing so five plus years ago. I love these pickles. They are a little salty but this is to my liking. The shipping is a little high. It cost more to ship than to buy the pickles. However, they are worth it. If you like the pickles your grandmother or mother used to can, these are for you. They remind me so much of my grandmother's canned pickles which I loved. I will keep buying these as long as Amazon can get them.

7 of 9 found the following review helpful:

5Cold brine process produces crisper picklesMay 28, 2010
By B. L. Johnson
Cold brine processing takes longer but makes pickles crisper and crunchier. Todays mass marketed pickles are produced using heat, which cooks the pickles and makes them soggy.

4 of 5 found the following review helpful:

5Jungle Jim's in Cincinnati has 'em! ! !Aug 12, 2011
By smartblnde
None of the big box retailers in the Cincinnati area will carry these, even after numerous requests and offers to buy the whole shipment at their exorbitantly inflated mark -up.

BUT! ! ! There is hope. A local store named Jungle Jim's that specializes in hard to find stuff has 'em. And lots of 'em! $4.79 a jar, but it's SO worth it to me. My macaroni salad depends on it. If I can't serve these, I refuse to serve pickles at all because they are all second class.

Hope this helps someone! My mouth is watering as I leave to go get about 10 jars! Life is good.

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