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Arkansas

If you are price conscious, you'll love Winco.  Yes, the normal prices may be comparable to Walmart, but the sale prices can be unbelievable and the selection is that of a full grocery store (unlike Walmart).  They have a decent selection of Mexican & Asian produce, spices, sauces, noodles, etc and the prices are very good. Bakery section is fresh and delicious, and cheaper than many other stores on many items. The bulk food aisles have a large selection of items!

City: Phoenix

Arizona

A colorful little store. A great selection of piñatas. Well made. Some Disney themed. Some sport themed. This is a clean, well organized store that has an enormous selection of Mexican candies, many in bulk. The staff is always friendly and helpful.

City: Phoenix

They have a wall section near the entrance that has a lot of cooking utensils that are used in traditional Mexican cooking, if you are looking for a corn tortilla press, a lime squeezer, or a olla for los tamales, then this is the place to go! This El Super is spacious, very clean, has lots of regular supermarket items as well as an abundance of Hispanic food items.

City: Phoenix

This Food City is a great location for east valley residents looking for good deals on produce, meats, and authentic Mexican groceries. Wide aisles, clean smelling, and chock full of of Mexican food that anyone who is cooking Mexican food or is simply looking for good prices on high quality produce should check it out.

City: Phoenix

Valentinas have a vast variety of piñatas at economic prices. They specialize in custom piñatas so bring on down your ideas and let them help create the party of your dream. If your in search of candy you are in luck! They are the Dulceria of your dreams they have aisles filled with delicious caramels, tamarind's, and suckers. Whether it be Mexican or American candy you can find it there.

City: Phoenix

Edible flowers for crystallizing, espresso powder for meat rubs, fancy pants mushrooms, high quality chocolate, duck fat, mangosteens outside of an Asian grocer, the works - real gourmet fare. They  have a lot of UK and South Africa things that I simply cannot find anywhere else. Great wine selection and always there to lend a hand. Fresh fruit and veg amazing. Tons of gourmet mustards, olive oils, beautiful produce and a fantastic deli with freshly prepared salads, Mexican food and more. 

City: Phoenix

Great range of Mexican and American Candy. Amazing Mexican candy and great prices for candy bags and gift bags

City: Phoenix

Ridiculously cheap prices here! Fresh produce, prepared foods, meats, Mexican specialty foods and the like. They even have fresh juices and tortillas here.

City: Phoenix

They have all the organic veggies you'll need for pocket change.  The meat/fish department is impressive without being snooty.  Before you leave, make sure you grab some of their fresh, in-store prepared corn tortillas, tortilla chips, and enchilada sauce.  They have other freshly made dips that, judging from the enchilada sauce, would be a great addition to any meal or snack. An awesome grocery store! They have authentic Mexican products and sell fresh, warm hatch chilis! They also make tortilla chips, shells and tortillas fresh and in the store

City: Phoenix

Neveria Chay'os is highly recommended! Sweet employees and clean location. They have about everything you can think of when you're craving a nice Mexican treat. The place is delicious and has a great variety of treats to choose from. They have the best elote and its cheap super friendly and if you like milk shakes then thus is the place made with trify ice-cream.

City: Phoenix

Compared to many Asian super market this one is pretty unorganized. But does carry a large selection food and sauces.The employees are usually polite. You may have to walk through every aisle to find what you need, but that's part of the adventure.

 

City: Phoenix

This is a place to grab a quick bite or take-out. Reasonably priced, authentic and as a bonus you can shop for Mexican staples. El Ranch has a great selection, excellent fresh salsa, great carne asada, excellent bakery selection, and fresh roasted chilis at the front registers

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Mesa
City: Phoenix

The produce is always fresh, and the tortilla's are the best in town.. Also don't forget the wide selection of Mexican cheeses and the fresh salsa. They have amazing tamales! But you have to get there early to get them because they run out. This is a regular grocery store with a deli, meat/fish counter, aisles and aisles of product, produce area, bakery with fresh bread and sweets, and a tortilla area with fresh corn and flour tortillas.

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Mesa
City: Phoenix

Though a multinational grocery store. They carry grocery items for Mexican food, spices for African food, Indian groceries and hair care products, Mediterranean, Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern and much more. South America? They've got you covered.  Caribbean? You know it. Really great Beer selection. The seafood, meat, and poultry is well organized.

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Peoria
City: Phoenix

California

El Camaguey is an awesome market to buy everything you need for a carne asada taco party. The carne asada meat is fresh and delicious. The great thing about Camaguey is their diverse offering of various types of Latino Cuisine. From Caribbean, to South and Central American and of course Mexican.

City: Los Angeles

They stock everything from fresh epazote to blue corn masa to Guatemalan and Honduran crema.  I was surprised to see fresh arbol and chilaca chiles (called pasilla chiles in their dry form).  The dried chile and spice section is impressive, too, taking up a whole wall.  I've heard they even seasonally carry huitlacoche, although I've never seen it. If you're a Mexican/Central American food enthusiast and want to cook authentic dishes at home, this is your market. VISIT SITE

City: Los Angeles

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!

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Hollywood
City: Los Angeles

Think Mexican market:  fairly clean, butcher section, produce section, overall small market selection but will most likely have what you're looking for..  It's about the size of a 7-11. Bargain prices for produce & the best part is you can buy as little or as much as you want. This place is small, but if you are thinking about doing a carne asada, then this is a place to go and get your basic ingredients.

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Mid-Wilshire
City: Los Angeles

Illinois

The perfect little neighborhood grocery store. Great selection of produce with a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Shelves are stocked with tons of great Latin-American options, and there's a bakery in the back with fresh treats. There's a pretty decent beer selection and lots of cheap wine in the back too. There's a plethora of live seafood, meats, Asian, Caribbean and Mexican vegetables and other products. 

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b/t 30th St & 31st St in Bridgeport
City: Chicago

Excellent place for bargain grocery shopping, especially if you want to pick up lots of ethnic specialty items (Mexican, Eastern European, Asian, Kosher, Middle Eastern, etc.). This place is HUGE, VERY well stocked, immaculately clean and the deals you can find here are outstanding. The produce prices are some of the best around. The bakery and meat departments are mouth-watering. VISIT SITE

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b/t 43rd St & 44th St in Archer Heights
City: Chicago

It's a small place, but they have chicha morada, inca kola and aji amarillo. Just like your average corner store with milk, soda, chips & candy. Only this one even has empanadas and Mexican imported Coke, made with real sugar. They carry aji amarillos--Peruvian yellow peppers--on the shelves in cans and jars and in the freezer. Some look more like jams or paste, and some looked pickled.

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b/t Allen Ave & Barry Ave in Avondale
City: Chicago

The market part is standard mercado-style, with a great meat counter (pick up some pre-cooked carnitas by the pound, cheap!) and everything else you'd expect to find in a Mexican grocery store. But the real treasure is the taqueria inside. Cool little grocery store/taqueria with some major American brands, but also tons of Mexican made food products.  They have an entire section devoted to tortillas. They have tomatillos.

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b/t Beach Ave & Julian St in Wicker Park
City: Chicago

A great little market with fresh, cheap produce and interesting Caribbean/Jamaican stuff, a good selection of Mexican items, and some interesting Brit items. Solid meats, excellent spices (for both Caribbean and Mexican cuisines), good produce. 

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b/t Birchwood Ave & Rogers Ave in Rogers Park`
City: Chicago

This is medium sized latino/hispanic grocery store, you will find items mostly from  Central America and a few from South America, specially Colombia. This small grocery store with a cafe in back has many Spanish, Cuban and South American items that are hard to find elsewhere on the Northside.

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b/t Bosworth Ave & Greenview Ave in Edgewaterb/t Bosworth Ave & Greenview Ave in Edgewater
City: Chicago

Great bakery for Breads, cookies, rolls and from fine earthy, grainy and artisanal to w loaves to more conventional breads. cookies, danish, Russian, Mexican, Italian, Greek, Jewish rye and onion rolls. Outstanding grocery - Fabulous selection of ethnic and imported goods. Aisles filled with Polish, Italian, Mexican, Greek, Eastern European, Asian and everything in between. Olive oils and vinegars from the world over. Jams and preserves from France and the rest of Europe. VISIT SITE

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b/t Central Ave & Parkside Ave
City: Chicago
This store carries many hard to find products for the Caribbean community including Puerto Rican specialties.such as Pernil, Verdura (boiled roots), and pasteles. They carry a ton of Goya products. 
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b/t Central Park Ave & Monticello Ave in Humboldt Park
City: Chicago

Great grocery store. fantastic for the meat. It's always fresh and lean. It's also great to pick-up Mexican specialties. There is a surprisingly large selection of regular grocery items. On occasion the butcher won't speak English but someone is always around to translate. 

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b/t Elston Ave & Fletcher St in Avondale
City: Chicago

They a have a good selection of ethnic food-from Mexican to Middle Eastern to Asian.  Morse Market is a very nice neighborhood grocery store. The produce is amazing and they cater to just about every conceivable diet or palate. Excellent produce, very good meat.  Yeah, it's a bit pricier than big box stores, but it's also a neighbourhood shop, not a chain.

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b/t Glenwood Ave & Greenview Ave in Rogers Park
City: Chicago

 This is a wonderful grocery store - they have sort of an eccentric selection of Mexican, Middle Eastern, and Eastern European groceries.  Great fresh produce, nice assortment of ethnic food and pastries too. Neighborhood gem! Their meat selection is diverse and of great quality. The prices are competitive with what is in the area. Some of their middle aisle products are a bit pricey. VISIT SITE

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b/t Greenview Ave & Newgard Ave in Edgewater
City: Chicago

Produce, which focus on Latin American, mostly Mexican and Puerto Rican groceries, HarvesTime doesn't limit itself to a single region of the world. There's a little bit of everything.Best (Latino/Greek/Russian?) market-type grocery store ever!  Great selection of fresh, good-quality produce, super-cheap...not much in the way of organic produce   Excellent produce, ethnic foods, and prepared foods section. Harvestime--fantastic produce and meats, and really well chosen specialty items from a variety of world cuisines. They have the most amazing cookie selection with cookies from all throughout the world.  VISIT SITE

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b/t Talman Ave & Washtenaw Ave in Lincoln Square, Ravenswood
City: Chicago

 It is the place every Mexican and Puerto Rican worth their sea salt shops for produce, meat and spices. There is a great butcher shop at Cermak, wonderful spices, endless produce (with an emphasis on fruits and vegetables favored by the Puerto Rican/Mexican community), and all the usual dry goods you would expect to find at a decent supermercado. VISIT SITE

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b/t Washtenaw Ave & Fairfield Ave in Humboldt Park
City: Chicago

This market is a nice enjoyable surprise for a South American. With goods such as the delectable Argentine dulce de leche and meats and the hard-to-find Brazilian chocolates (including the sonho de balsas). They stock Alfajores Jorgito, Mantecol, dulce de leche, yerba mate and empanada dough. Great little Argentine market.  The Empanadas are as good anywhere in the city and they are a great price.

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b/t Waveland Ave & Grace St in Lakeview
City: Chicago

They have a selected variety of mexican dishes, quesadillas, caldo de res, caldo de pollo, tortas, tacos, enchiladas, and fresh mexican specialty water, also fresh squeezed orange juice. The prices are also great and super affordable. They mainly carry Mexican items but you will also find American groceries. 

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Logan Square
City: Chicago

Incredibly well-rounded inventory with all of the essentials, Mexican specialties PLUS vegetarian and organic goodies. They have a great selection of Mexican necessities (dried chiles, nopales, corn husks, cheeses, cheap avocados, etc.), a decent Asian section, and more recently some organic and specialty products. You can find all the usual grocery store stuff here too. Every single employee here loves their job! It's super cheap and they now carry "green" and organic products

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Pilsen
City: Chicago

Apart from the usual American groceries, the rest of the store is very "International"- every aisle has different foods from all over the world. A huge selection of Eastern European Foods (specifically Russian and Polish), Mexican, Indian, Kosher, Asian, and many other types. VISIT SITE

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b/t Austin Ave & Central Ave
City: Niles

Massachusetts

A small store, with a pretty good variety of Mexican goods.  They have fresh produce, but call ahead to find out when the produce shipment comes in. Good collection of spices, dried peppers and sauces that are not normally found in the area.

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Roslindale
City: Boston

Unique and hard to find things from Mexico, Central and South America. The Go to Grocery Store for all of the Authentic Mexican Products, Cheeses, Tortillas, Nopales, Crema , Chorizo etc., that my family uses in our daily cooking! The Mexican snacks, sweets and traditional fiesta items, are always a treat as well!

City: Hadley

New York

This spot serves as a little store, with Mexican merchandise including tortillas, beans, chiles and Mexican sodas. Check out the salsas and the hot sauces, the dried chillies for cooking, and the Mexican Hot Chocolate which comes in hexagonal boxes. An authentic selection of Mexican grocery items. VISIT SITE

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b/t 47th St & 48th St in Hell's Kitchen, Midtown West
City: 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.

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

You will find every thing you need here- from rare fruits and spices to Caribbean sauces and Asian noodles... the selections range from Latino (mexican, puerto rican, dominican, venezuelan, etc.) to Haitian and generic American groceries.

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b/t Moore St & Varet St in East Williamsburg
City: New York

You will find everything you need here to make an authentic Mexican dinner. Tortillas, frijoles, queso blanco, cilantro and lots and lots of Goya products. This place is a godsend and has virtually everything you would need to create a true mexican feast.

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East Harlem
City: New York

  Inside it's part Mexican grocery, part restaurant with a few small tables to sit at. This Mexican food spot is very authentic, the place seems to be family owned and operated. The staff is friendly and nice. It does provide the opportunity to try different Mexican dishes. You can also find some classic Mexican groceries including sodas and spicy lollipops! 

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East Village, Alphabet City
City: New York

This is the 'IT' mexican grocery store where you can get all your basics and then some.  Sauces, peppers, chorizo, tomatillos, cactus, corn husks, random baked good, scary technicolor candies are all there. They even sell mexican dvds in the back and Jarritos drink in grapefruit flavor.

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Washington Heights, Inwood
City: New York

Pennsylvania

Small grocery chain spot with a vast Mexican food section, plus meat, produce & dairy departments.

City: Philadelphia

A good, neighborhood Taqueria and Mexican grocery! If you're looking for Mexican groceries they  have the standards, fresh chorizo, vegetables, mexican cheeses, etc...

City: Philadelphia

If you want to fill your pantry with real Mexican products (as opposed to American-Mexican products), you can get what you need here. If you're lookin for it, they probably have it: Tapatio, El Yucateco, Cholula, Valentina, and on and on. Most are significantly less expensive than if you were to buy them at a Supermarket

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Bella Vista
City: Philadelphia

Penzey's is a great resource for spices, herbs, mixtures and flavorings, and it is near the top of the list of spice shops. They have tons of spices, neatly organized, next to large smelling pots of that spice. you can take a whiff, get a feel for what you may buy, and then choose accordingly. Also, their prices are reasonable. 

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Chestnut Hill
City: Philadelphia

They have a wide selection of meats, vegetables, Mexican foods and items, and lo and behold, a quaint counter for their kitchen menu:  different tacos, tamales, and tortas. Specializing in selliing things like Jarritos, tomatillos, dried chiles, cotija cheese, and of course meats, this Meat Market also sells homemade tortilla chips and tamales!

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Italian Market, Bella Vista
City: Philadelphia

They have a good  selection of both Mexican and American groceries and the staff is very warm and friendly. The place is well lit and  very clean. it looks like the groceries get refilled/rotated quite regularly.The deli in this little bodega makes the best sandwiches around

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Point Breeze
City: Philadelphia

mall selection of crappy boxed and canned foods. Instead they sell fresh produce, homemade Indonesian snacks, bulk tofu, some meats, various Asian and Mexican products (palm sugar, fish sauce, Bimbo cakes, shrimp crackers, tortillas, weird Indonesian ramens with like 50 spice and flavoring packets, queso fresco, etc), fresh baked pastries, all at very cheap prices. Seriously, as cheap as you think it might be, it is cheaper

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Point Breeze
City: Philadelphia

A hidden gem for authentic Mexican groceries. A great place for hole-in-the-wall authentic Mexican takeout,

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Queen Village
City: Philadelphia

Great store especially if you're looking for Caribbean products. It seems generally aimed at a Hispanic population with its vast array of Latin American food, but it also knows it's near some pretty yuppie/hippie neighborhoods, and carries things like soy yogurt and organic granola and a pretty good selection of vegetarian options. They also have some ethnic products from Mexico, Indian, and Middle Eastern that are harder to find elsewhere. 

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University City, Spruce Hill
City: Philadelphia

Texas

Colorful supermarket with a lot of different hispanic products.  The prices aren't the lowest, but you can find a lot of stuff you normally would not find in a regular supermarket. This store has everything that caters to the Hispanic community. This has a tortilleria ( fresh made corn tortillas), a fresh aquas (flavored water) stand, a taqueria/ grill and on the weekends barbacoa, carnitas, menudo and all that good stuff. They have a huge selection for fresh baked sweet bread and everything a normal grocery store has. 

City: Houston

These should be an experience not a super market.  it feels like you walk into any market in Mexico.  One of the best supermarkets in Houston for Spanish products the atmosphere is great here. This place is huge there's nothing you can't find they have it all here fresh seafood fresh meat market fresh deli cold cuts fresh bakery not mention homemade tortillas hot and fresh in the bag amazin taste to them.

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Eastex/Jensen
City: Houston

Great local market, sometimes you can feel a little intimidated being the only one who speaks English.  You can't go wrong with any of their seasoned meat for fajitas or any of their fully cooked foods. In one shopping trip you can get some lemons (really good ones!), Mexican chips, a can of condensed milk, a Spanish magazine, and a taco. VISIT SITE

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The Heights, Rice Military, Washington Corridor
City: Houston

Its a grocery store/restaurant. So if you're in a hurry to buy groceries and want tp pick up dinner this is the place to do it. It has many authentic Mexican grocery items. This grocery store! Its super cheap and has yummy avocados and great marinated chicken!  Mexican ingredients include crema mexicana, el vacquito crumbling cheese and mexican mozzarella cheese, pollo marinado, avocados, tortillas, bollios and pasteles (mexican pastries) 

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Westbury
City: Houston

The  International food is quite extense: Chorizo Espanol, Yerba Mate from Argentina, sweet potato preserve from Argentina, chimichurri sauce, cheese bread from Colombia, Dulce de Leche from Chile (yay), Harina Pan from Venezuela (to make arepas, which are corn meal patties and not to be confused with MAZA from Mexico),chocolates, cookies and coffee from Brazil. The Brits have it easy here as well. Lot of British products: cookies, chocolates, biscuits, waffles, tea,  some drinks, VISIT SITE

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Westchase
City: Houston

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