Tuesday, June 14, 2011

International Food Club Grocery Store

International Food Club

This is a rather large international grocery store in an industrial area between Kirkman and I-4


There are ingredients and foods here from just about every European, Far Eastern & Latin American country even Turkey & Caribbean. Food, beverages, spices, fruits, vegetables, cereals, baked goods, dairy, you name it! Quite a selection.

My friend got the following items: "some Irn Bru; a bag of plantain chips, some rock candy; ziti from Italy; chocolates from Argentina."

They also have a cafe that serves lunch and a bakery.

4300 L B McLeod Rd Orlando, FL 32811
Ste A
(321) 281-4300
www.internationalfoodclub.com









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5 comments:

  1. Their selection of Indian groceries also is to die for! I got a small back of samosa snacks (little triangular spicy veggie filled pastries) for $1 ... I LOVE this place!!!

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  2. We LOVE this shop! C gets all of his British items that are either too expensive or not available at other stores. The falafel at the cafe is also to die for.

    One thing I have noticed, though, is that they have a tendency to have expired (in some cases VERY expired) canned goods on the shelves. Not a huge deal now that I know (I always check dates before I buy) but C got a fairly bad case of food poisoning last year from an out-of-date can of Heinz baked beans. Ooooops.

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  3. Chris, what an awesome place. I'm going to have to stop in when I'm in the area next. Thank you so much for sharing this!!!

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  4. Holy spice selection! International Food Club looks like food mecca. I have to stop by there, preferably during daylight. I've driven by there and always thought this places was just bulk sale to business. I'm glad I'm wrong. :D

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  5. There are basically two categories of cakes. The first category is baked recipe of cakes that are made with butter or shortening, and use a leavening agent such as baking powder or baking soda to give them rise. The second category includes the foam-type cakes, that rise due to the air incorporated in the beaten egg whites.

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