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
The food is organized by country of origin - Russia, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Armenia, Israel, Portugal, etc. This store is amazing, don't let its small size fool you. It carries an eclectic mix of foodstuffs from the former USSR as well as a wide array of Israeli brand products. They also have a wide array of wines and beers from not only Russia, but from eastern europe as well.. In addition, you can find imported spices, teas, coffees, smoked fish, breads, sausages, cheeses and frozen foods.
Belden's is definitely more expensive than other grocery stores in the immediate area but they have items that you cannot find in other stores. Belden's carries a large selection of Jewish/Kosher foodstuffs, and an awesome selection of wine and beer. Best kosher for Passover selection in Houston and honestly, the best kosher section in Houston too. It is definitely a staple for any kosher household in the Meyerland area. The store and staff is familiar and friendly.
Pre-packaged kosher meat section. Large selection of kosher frozen food, wine, Cholov Yisroel milk and cheese.