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Mexican products in the sud-ouest?

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luisafer Sep 5, 2012 09:45 AM

Hi,

I'm looking for mexican essential products around the sud-ouest area. I'm looking for dried chiles, cans of chipotle, tortillas, tostadas... something similar to Mercado latino on St-Laurent or El Rey del taco at JTM...
any clues?

Thanks!

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    sophie.brunet Sep 5, 2012 01:16 PM

    There is this ethnic and natural grocery on Notre Dame west of Atwater called Branche d'Olivier. They are not mexican but I found some mexicans items there, It worth checking out, they have a great variety of products.

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      westaust Sep 5, 2012 12:46 PM

      Douceurs du Marché at Marché Atwater does have a few varieties of dried chiles, as well a selection of products (canned salsa, chipotles, beans, tostadas..)

      1. SnackHappy Sep 5, 2012 11:34 AM

        Sud-Ouest as in on the island? There are a few "ethnic" stores in Verdun, mostly Chinese, that carry latino products. Frutta Si in Lasalle should also be good for basics along with Super C and Maxi supermarkets and some Loblaws.

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          porker Sep 5, 2012 12:39 PM

          Not sure where sud-ouest is but in Lasalle theres Ramdas and Punjab. Both are Indian owned, but are strong on Caribbean and Latin products.

          Ramdas West Indian Food Ltd
          514-364-3817
          1503, av Dollard, Lasalle, QC H8N 1T3

          Aliments Punjab
          514-366-0560
          9000, boul Newman, Lasalle, QC H8R 1Y8

          1. re: porker
            SnackHappy Sep 5, 2012 12:55 PM

            The Sud-Ouest Borough includes Griffintown, Little Burgundy, St-Henri, Pointe-St-Charles, Cote-St-Paul and Ville Émard.

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