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Toronto grocery store rolling back prices to 1963

One of Toronto's most popular grocery stores is giving people a chance to taste their gourmet food offerings for less.

Though Pusateri's may be rolling back prices to 1963 starting April 1, they're not joking around with the discounts they're going to be offering.

Items at Pusateri's are normally on the pricier side, but in celebration of their 60th anniversary this year, select products will be 60 per cent off.

They're calling the celebration their "60/60 Experience," which will consist of 60 days of promotions.

This will start off by rolling back to 1963 pricing on select meats and produce until April 2, and from then on a selection of products that rotates each day will be marked down 60 per cent. This should include Pusateri's branded items and imported products.

Again, bear in mind Pusateri's prices can be sky-high so you won't find anything for a few cents, but they will have some significant deals on items that are normally much more expensive.

Items that will be available the first week include Pasta Mancini spaghetti, linguine and penne for $6.99 (originally $14.99) on April 1, Bella Cucina spinach artichoke bruschetta spread for $8.40 (originally $20.99) on April 2, Himalayan sea salt for $8.80 (originally $21.99) on April 3, and mustard BBQ sauce for $4.20 (originally $10.49) on April 4.

In the following days they'll also be discounting Famiglia Dodi Balsamico to $13.60 from $33.99, Simply Cocktail Blueberry Lavender Mixer to $8 from $19.99, and top olive oil producer Domenica Fiore Olio Novello to $18.80 from $46.99. 

You get the idea. 

Basically, if you've ever wanted to find out what $50 olive oil tastes like, now might just be your chance.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez

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