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Q: Where to find coffee filter papers in Chengdu?

i almost finished my coffee filter papers. Where in chengdu can i find some good quality filter papers?

9 years 31 weeks ago in  Food  - Chengdu

 
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You can get it online try this
www.homegrocerchina.com

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try all the import shops, or go to metro

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In GZ they can be found all over, even 7/11 has them, maybe have a look at corner convenience stores?!

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