They have most of what you need to stock your pantry. The prices vary from reasonable to slightly pricey. Everything is very fresh and good quality. Good quality, seasonal produce is priced at the higher end of reasonable.
You can get products here from 20 South and Central American countries - mostly canned and packaged goods. Although this place doesn't carry everything (like Peruvian beans) they stock pan dulce, pasilla chilies for chili rellenos, takis, chili candies and corn tortillas! At a good price for being imported products . Web site.
They stock are products from Italy's finest makers of pasta and a whole host of other products. You are certain to find what you are looking for. Friendly, professional service.
This is a community grocery store, that grew out of a farmer's market initiative in the area. There are fresh fruits and vegetables as well as dairy, frozen items, and some shelf-stable items. Web site.
A solid local Polish store with a decent selection, good sausage, decent bigos. Worth a visit if you are in the area.
This Small grocery store has a wide variety of organic produce. Their prices for organic foods are pretty much the same as in most other grocery stores in Montreal--i.e., somewhere between "a bit pricy" and "too expensive", depending on the product and what you are willing to pay for organic products. Web site.
This is a south American heaven. There are three parts to this place. A butcher who had beautiful cuts of meats. A supermarket with tons of authentic south American products and finally a restaurant.
The store is run by a German family. Apart from a great selection of imported products from Scandinavia, Poland, Germany and Austria, they bake wonderful bread, and also sell traditional freshly made sausages and other meat products. The great selection of cheeses alone is worth the trip. Web Site
This Portuguese market-bazaar offers lots of Portuguese/Mediteranean/food products and kitchenware at low, low prices- They are absolutely fantastic for products such as tuna in olive oil, bacalau, they even have Italian-brand pastas and tomato cans, Portuguese Delta coffee and more. The olive oils are all the basic Portuguese brands, Victor Guedes, Saloio, but be careful, as some oils are rather mediocre, quality-wise.
More people should know about Cool & Simple. Specialty food products are flash-frozen. Not just any food products though --- local Wagyu beef, Fauchon desserts (Tarte au citron, my fave), Erhard ice cream and other food selections from France.They offers a range of more than 300 frozen products imported from Europe or manufactured locally.