Grocery Shopping In Italy

I did some posts on grocery shopping in europe the last time I was around these parts, so I decided to continue. I didn’t get to go to any big supermarkets, but visited a few convenience type grocery spots in Florence. There’s plenty of specialty shops for pastries, wines, pastas, and cured meats, and just good old grocery places. They have barilla just like we do!

The olive oil is pretty cheap there.

You can find philadelphia cream cheese anywhere!

I wonder what frozen pizzas from italy taste like?

Veggies are rather expensive.

Fruit is more affordable.

I did pass by one little shop that only sold fruit and I love that these are still on stems.

Yogurt, yogurt, and more yogurt. They have activia too!

Ice cream, ice cream, and more ice cream!

Yep, cookies too, they have so many different kinds of cookies, it’s insane.

Oh, and instead of regular baskets, they have ones you can roll. I love it!

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Grocery Shopping In Italy
  1. Sarah says:

    Aaaah, I cannot wait to go to Italy!!! Grocery stores are on my “must go to” list whenever I travel. I like seeing how the locals actually live in the places I go to, and the grocery stores usually provide the best insight!

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