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Buying groceries in Faro is simple because there is a good variety of grocery stores from which you can select most of the things you probably want. You' ll also find gluten-free and dairy products, and if you travel with a baby, you can buy several of the same baby milk brand (albeit with slightly different names) that the baby is used to.
Buying vegetables and vegetables in farm holidays in the Faro region is simple in the super markets, but there are also organic stores if you really cannot find what you are looking for. The Forum Algarve Mall is easily located on the EN125 highway to Fero from Fero International Park. You can also find a hairdresser, an optician, a drugstore ("parafarmácia"), a tourist agency, a chemical cleaning company, a bank and of course a big Jumbo Supermercado for all your grocery purchases.
Algarve Forum - Opening hours: Here you can view the movie program of the Forum Algarve. Please consult the Forum Algarve website for more information. Faro has many large grocery stores for your purchases, as well as smaller ones like the Ali-Super Mini-Mercados, which all carry crisp fruits and greens, crisp rolls, dairy, meat, seafood and all the local foods you would want.
When you really miss these groceries from home, don't be worried, because most of them can be found in Faro... even the smaller super markets have a very good assortment of well-known brand names of plain white coffee seeds, speck, sausages, preserves and preserves (even chilled cut British loaf is imported!). In order to help you find what you are looking for when you shop, we have compiled some Portugese translation of basic food, various types of cold and cold meats and some of the many seafood and seafood you are likely to encounter.
Everyday groceries: cheeses - "queijo"; kid cheeses "queijo da cabra" goats milk cheeses - milk cheeses - milk cheeses - "manteiga"; margarines - "margarina" loaves - "pão" waters - "agua" teas - "chá" coffees - "café" meats - "carne" seafood - "peixe" meats: Ente - "pato" Some of the other words used in Portugal to describe groceries that can be useful:
Buying sea food and fish: A wide range of different types of shellfish ("peixe") and sea food ("mariscos") are available in both super market and market. "Lagosta " shaving shell - "lingueirão" muslin - "mexhilhão" whelk - "búzio" gluten-free produce such as pastas and cookies are available in the Jumbo Supermercado (Forum Algarve),
The Modelo and Pingo Doce stores as well as healthcare stores and some of the mini-mercados like the Ali-Supers. GLUTE-FREE bread is not so widespread in hypermarkets, but you should be able to find names like Schar in organic stores. It is always hard to know what to pack when you are out and about with your baby, so here are the equivalent makes of some popular baby milk products:
Cows' and Tor baby milk is distributed in the Algarve under the "Nutrilon" name. The Aptamil milk is still available as Aptamil in the Algarve - Aptamil 1, 2 and 3; Aptamil Pepti; Aptamil HA (1, 2 and 3) for babies with Aptamil Confort (Comfort) 1 and 2. As S-26 Gold 1, 2 and 3 (by Wyeth Nutrição), baby milk from Sony Baby Milk is available, corresponding to 1, 2 and 3 SMAs.
Specially formulated SMA skimmed and semi-skimmed dairy products (with their Portugese equivalents) - Wysoy (Visoy), Staydown (S-26 AR) and SMA-LF (S-26 semi lactose). Hypermarkets usually carry Aptamil and Nutrilon baby powder products as well as the HA series ( hypoallergenic ), but other brand names and specialty products such as those for Reblux are stored in farms. Many of the smaller "Mini-Mercados" and all major super markets also have a good selection of baby foods glasses and baby cereal packaging.
The Blédina company (a Milupa brand) produces both glasses and various types of baby rices and grains. The baby beverage is also available from Blédina, the Portugese version for the " Funcho " name. Today vegetarian and vegetarian produce is very easily found and most hypermarkets have a good assortment. Furo o has modelo and pingo doce super markets, which have a good selection of sausage, burger and grill foods, dry soy bits and block foods, soy bread spread, pure and aromatised soy milks and soy sweets, soy icecream in store.
The Pingo Doce is particularly suitable for inexpensive tofu and seitan blocs as well as vegetable pâtés and canonnaise. "Well, Jumbo" also has some soy foods, though not as big as the others. Portugal uses many different kinds of coffee in their kitchen, which are available in all super markets in tins or cans.
Apólonia in Almancil is the only store in the Faro region where we have found items such as vegetarian cheeses / spread and quarter produce. There is also a large selection of seasonings, spices and dressings for China, India, Japan and England. All foods are not clearly labeled as appropriate for the vegetarian or vegetarian, so some of the words to look out for in the ingredient may be: