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It's a Latino market, they carry a good amount of Latino products.  You need sofrito in a jar, it's there.  You need Goya stuff, it's there.  You need lengua or carne asada, the butcher is there to get that for you.  They carry veggies and fruit, not the best quality but it's good enough for any Latino.  Oh and the diary products, fresh cheese, cojita and Mexican and Salvadoran creams are pretty cheap too!

City: Los Angeles

New York

 Karen, drapes Guatemalan and Honduran flags outside from the awning along with a Mexican one. Their groceries and food are geared towards the latter. They advertise all their Mexican fare in the windows and also feature pupusas, the most famous item from El Salvador. They make baleadas, a Honduran specialty that is not too abundant in the city.

b/t 62nd St & 61st St in Sunset Park
City: New York


Great for pupusas. For lack of a better explanation pupusas are El Salvador's version of a tamale and they come in a gluten free veggie version with beans and cheese. Good range of traditional groceries.

Braeburn, Sharpstown
City: Houston

 If you are of Hispanic, Asian or Middle Eastern descent, then this is the place to go. They have a large assortment of Honduran, Guatemalan, Salvadorean, and Central & South American groceries. They have designated a Deli, Fish Market, Butcher and Bakery (you can get fresh Tortillas!). 

City: Houston

This is a great little hole In the wall for Central American/Salvadorian food. At first it can be a little off putting, it looks like a corner store once you walk in, but be brave and make your way to the right you'll see all the food being prepared. 

Spring Branch
City: Houston

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