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We can't really claim that you will find all you are looking for in Madrid. Spain's strong gastronomy makes foreign products somewhat of a low demand speciality. You will sometimes find some of these products at department stores but not in a wide range. Some small retailers have started to import goods from other European countries. We will point out some below, but you will surely be better off if you can ask some foreign resident about his homeland specials in town.

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Pz. de San Amaro, 5
Metro: Alvarado
Zone : Cuatro Caminos

Products include: Maxwell House instant coffee, Crazy Nut peanut butter, Horlicks, Marmite, Irn Bru, PG Tips and Tetley tea bags, Bisto gravy mix, Branston pickle, malt vinegar.

Open: 11.00 -14.00 / 17.00-20.00

La Cassolette
Sector Islas, 20
Bus 713 from
Plaza de Castilla

Products include: Rose’s lime marmalade, Ribena, PG Tips, Danish bacon, Heinz baby food, Shreddies and Marmite.

Open: 10.00 -14.00 / 17.00-20.30

Tea Shop
Fernando VI, 5
Metro: Alonso Martínez
Zone: Alonso Martínez
Map: J2

More than 100 varieties of tea from all over the world, imported by the East West company. There is a second shop at Calle Hermosilla 48.

Open: 10.00 -14.00 / 17.00-20.30

Guzmán el Bueno, 41
Metro: Argüelles
Zone : Moncloa

Specializes in Austrian Hungarian and German desserts. The apple-strudel and many other delights are home made.

Open: 9.30 -14.15 / 17.00-20.45

Rodríguez Marín, 84
Metro: Concha Espina
Zone : Castellana

Shop and restaurant dedicated to German food. Beer, breads, pies and sausages.

Open: 9.00-20.00

Parque Oeste.
Alcorcón. Madrid
Pol. de Moscatelares
Salida 19 Nacional I

The well know Swedish furniture shop also sells Swedish foods at both their shops in Madrid. Goods include beer, herring, meatballs, smoked salmon and sweets.

Open:Monday a friday: 11.00-22.00. Saturday: 10.00-22.00
First sunday of the month: 11.00-21.00