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Jul 26, 2007 07:11 AM

Brit import food in Baltimore?

I miss my Jaffa Cakes and Hob Nobs. And real Cadbury, and teas...the list could go on.

Has anyone seen a good imported foods store that has such things?

Baltimore City is best, but I'd be willing to drive.

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  1. Wegman's in Hunt Valley carries a line of standard British staples. I don't know if the store carries the real Cadbury products.

    Also check out this link for DC area locations that sell British food (scroll down the page past the hotels that serve high tea and you will find recommended stores).

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    1. re: Roland Parker

      Friends of mine who spent many years in England as part of the military are very happy with the tea selection at Wegmans.

      1. re: Roland Parker

        Eddie's carries a nice selection of tea and sweets. The store on Charles Street has a better selection than the one on Roland.

        There is also a nice British store in Lancaster, Pa. It is next to the Central Market.

        1. We use British Delights too. We get Fanta Icy Lemon and several other items from them. They have always given us good service.

          1. The Superfresh on 41st Street in Hampden has a very small section of English/Irish stuff, Heinz Beans, Sauces and canned goods and things like that.

            1. Chowhounders,

              Thank you so much for these good suggestions - websites and otherwise. I haven't been to Wegman's in ages - completely slipped my mind!

              What a helpful group we have here.