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NotesPickCheckMark.png Xiguela   Grocery Store, Organic     (X)
This small corner store has, hands down, the best selection of organic and natural food in town. Indeed, if you have been looking for some special organic or natural product in the city and have not been able to find it, this place is your best bet. Across the street, the owner also runs Café Xiguela, a small corner café serving excellent coffee and espresso, as well as light, healthy snacks and sandwiches for vegetarians and carnivores.

La Longa   Grocery Store     (M)
For anyone staying in close to the Centro, La Longa, tucked beneath the portales on the west side of the Zócalo, is a good first stop for basic groceries, and the wine selection, though small, is not bad, with wines from Italy, Spain, France, Chile, South Africa, and México.

Piticó is a regional chain of small to mid-size neighborhood grocery stores scattered about the city, well stocked with mostly nonperishable items, reasonably priced.

Piticó, Reforma   Grocery Store     (N)

Piticó, Pirues   Grocery Store     (O)

Piticó, Naranjos   Grocery Store     (P)

The Soriana supermercados — shelves bulging with every imaginable edible, along with toiletries, pharmaceuticals, clothes, household and hardware supplies, toys, appliances … you name it — are as close as you’re going to get in the city to the full-spectrum shopping of a big-box store like Walmart. Near the Centro, the most convenient Soriana is seven blocks west of the Zócalo, where Independencia ends at Madero.

Soriana, Madero   Grocery Store     (Q)

Soriana, Heroico Colegio Militar   Grocery Store     (R)

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