- jandazza Dec 19, 2013 09:54 AM
I live in Los Angeles, in Los Feliz, to be exact, and was shocked to find how limited the selection of Goya products are at the local supermarkets (though I come from a city with a large Brazilian population, so maybe I'm spoiled). I know their products have more of a Caribbean slant, but I would think that their high quality and lower sodium content would have some appeal to Angelenos. I am specifically looking for this: http://www.amazon.com/Goya-Extra-Fine...
I could order it from Amazon, but I'd love to have it today, if at all possible. Anyone buy this regularly and know where I could pick it up, somewhat locally?
Try some of the Hispanic markets in/around El Sereno (to the east of you) or El Monte (further east), or if you don't mind driving a bit in this, ahem, rain you could poke around the markets in Huntington Park (south of you).
I know and love that cornmeal.
You can get it at any Vallerta Market (north hollywood would be your closest) or, there is a cuban market on Glendale Blvd., in Atwater Village by Out of the Closet and Proof Bakery. I have gotten it there in the past.
A excuse to visit Proof Bakery? Why not?!
Food 4 Less actually has a lot of Goya products. There is one right off the Sunset exit on the 101.