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Where can you buy groceries in Nadi - Fiji

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Where can you buy groceries in Nadi - Fiji

Does anyone know where you can buy groceries in Nadi? Do they sell also frozen meals etc?

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1. Re: Where can you buy groceries in Nadi - Fiji

Plenty of supermarkets, depends which area you are staying in. Morris Hedstrom in the centre of town (opp Jacks) is the one we usually go to. There is a smaller supermarket at Denarau Marina but prices there are higher.

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2. Re: Where can you buy groceries in Nadi - Fiji

Plenty of Supermarkets arround, avoid Marina extremely expensive ther is a large new one just down from the Mercure Hotel in Martintar and also a big one at Namaka along with th one in Nadi town. Namaka is closest to airport with the Martintar one in the middle on way to Nadi Town. Yopu can buy pretty much kthe same as what you do at hiomefor roughly the same price (initially sounds expensive till you convert to Aussie dollars).

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3. Re: Where can you buy groceries in Nadi - Fiji

There are plenty of supermarkets, New World being on of them....they do sell frozen food items..

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4. Re: Where can you buy groceries in Nadi - Fiji

In Martintar - halfway between Nadi Airport and Nadi town, beside Hexagon Int. hotel (JetPoint Plaza) very large RB Patel's supermarket - sells absolutely everything, including frozen foods, fresh foods, alcohol. Open 6 days (8am-8pm) Sundays till 1or 2pm. In same area, Hot Bread shop, pharmacy, and several other handy shops. Heaps of parking.

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5. Re: Where can you buy groceries in Nadi - Fiji

You mention RB Patels is closed on Sunday afternoon - is this the case for all supermarkets?

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6. Re: Where can you buy groceries in Nadi - Fiji

A lot of the larger supermarkets & shops close around lunchtime Sunday. Smaller dairy type shops in peripheral areas will be open, but won't offer a huge selection.

'Consumers' (at Namaka, close to Airport) is open till 8.30pm x 7 days (good selection, but no alcohol sold).

Port Denarau shops will be open but more expensive.

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7. Re: Where can you buy groceries in Nadi - Fiji

Thank you! We fly in at 2pm on Sunday and leave for the Yasawa Islands early the next morning. We had hoped to grab some supplies :)

We don't need to get alcohol if we can buy that duty free at the airport so Consumers should be find. Is alcohol cheaper duty free or in the supermarkets?

Sorry to take over this chain!

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8. Re: Where can you buy groceries in Nadi - Fiji

Local beers (Fiji bitter/Fiji Gold) much cheaper in supermarkets; wine from around $15-00 bottle. Can't say I've seen 'local' beers at duty free. Bounty Rum around $19-00 duty free - more expensive 'outside'. Two bottles of spirits only on arrival.

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9. Re: Where can you buy groceries in Nadi - Fiji

Bottle shop at Consumers Supermarket , near the airport in Namaka is open 7days from 7am to 9pm, prices are very good, all shopping is very cheap too.

Edited: 6:49 pm, June 03, 2013
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