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Where will I buy groceries and do other shopping in Panama?

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When we asked people living in Panama about good local restaurants, they mentioned...

"There is a Pricesmart like Costcos and the local chain Romeros has most anything you would need," explained one expat living in Panama.

"There are 3 good food stores in Pedasi. However, for more international foods, most people drive into Chitre (1 hour) or Las Tablas (3/4 hour). For people wanting a taste of home, Riba Smith has lots of items that other stores don't carry," said another in Pedasi, Panama.

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