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  • An Explanation of Panama Chain Stores

    Panama chain stores

    Photo by Roger Wollstadt on Flickr

    While there are plenty of small businesses and local boutique options for goods in Panama, sometimes it’s nice to have a few, reliable favorites on hand in case you’re short on time and have a long shopping list. It took me a few months of confused and chaotic shopping before I got the hang of where to go for what, but here’s my short list of helpful go-tos:

    Machitazo

    The Panamanian equivalent of Walmart. They have everything and for prices that are hard to believe. While I can’t assure quality, it is a bargain hunter’s paradise and offers a huge variety of day-to-day supplies. Also like Walmart, there can be quite a crowd as people stock up before holidays on bulk supplies. If you’re going I suggest comfortable shoes and a coffee beforehand!

    Conway

    The first time I walked into a Conway I had an eerie feeling of déjà u. I felt like I had been transplanted back to the States and shopping at my neighborhood Target in Ohio. Conway is a quasi replica of all things Target – from the product offerings right down to the company’s bullseye logo. Like Target, Conway seeks to democratize design – offering reasonable prices on some slightly higher quality goods. This is also a great option if you need a million things and don’t want to make a million stops during errands.

    Price Smart

    Like many bulk stores in the US, this chain requires a purchased membership (around $30 dollars a year). Also, much like the US, you can stock up on mass quantities of everyday goods: if you’re looking for a lifetime supply of macaroni and cheese or enough Cheerios to feed a small army, this is the place for you.

    Grocery Store Chains

    El Rey, Riba Smith, Super 99… All of these chains will be extremely reminiscent of your local grocery chain – they have all of the typical goods, produce, freshly-made bread and empanadas and also carry a good amount of American brand goods.

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    1. Gaye says:

      I find your reviews to be very accurate. The only huge difference I find is in Conway vs. Target. I’m a mom of three daughters, and finding teen clothing in Conway is a LOT tougher than finding teen clothing in Target. In young women’s clothing, there’s often a large selection of absolutely nothing. Other than that, I think your reviews would be most helpful to anyone visiting in Panamá. I would add that in David, Super Barú is a great supermarket choice, since we have no Riba Smith. They have THE BEST meat counter (the very best one is at the main locale,at the corner of the Via Boquete and the Interamerican highway) and there are several other locales in David, as well as a miniature called Deli Barú on the main road in Boquete. My favorite feature of the Deli Barú is that they maintain the same pricing in Boquete that they have in David. This is not true of the Rey/Romero chain: the prices in Boquete are sometimes significantly higher in Boquete than they are in the same chain of stores in David. I politely complain when I have the opportunity. If you buy fresh meat in Boquete, El Mandarín (diagonal to the main park) has the best fresh meat market for beef in a supermarket in Boquete. There’s also a very complete green grocer in front of Romero’s, with many competing small shops under one roof. Since there’s no Conway or El Machetazo in Boquete, La Reina is your one-stop shop for everything you’d find in a department store (clothing, shoes, housewares, school supplies, makeup . . .). It, too, is located on the main road, between El Mandarín and Deli Barú. Happy shopping!

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    While there are plenty of small businesses and local boutique options for goods in Panama, sometimes it’s nice to have a few, reliable favorites on hand in case you’re short on time and have a long shopping list. It took me a few months of confused and chaotic shopping before I got the hang of where to go for what, but here’s my short list of helpful go-tos:
    
    Machitazo
    
    The Panamanian equivalent of Walmart. They have everything and for prices that are hard to believe. While I can’t assure quality, it is a bargain hunter’s paradise and offers a huge variety of day-to-day supplies. Also like Walmart, there can be quite a crowd as people stock up before holidays on bulk supplies. If you’re going I suggest comfortable shoes and a coffee beforehand!
    Conway
    The first time I walked into a Conway I had an eerie feeling of déjà u. I felt like I had been transplanted back to the States and shopping at my neighborhood Target in Ohio. Conway is a quasi replica of all things Target - from the product offerings right down to the company’s bullseye logo. Like Target, Conway seeks to democratize design - offering reasonable prices on some slightly higher quality goods. This is also a great option if you need a million things and don’t want to make a million stops during errands.
    Price Smart
    Like many bulk stores in the US, this chain requires a purchased membership (around $30 dollars a year). Also, much like the US, you can stock up on mass quantities of everyday goods: if you’re looking for a lifetime supply of macaroni and cheese or enough Cheerios to feed a small army, this is the place for you.
    Grocery Store Chains
    El Rey, Riba Smith, Super 99... All of these chains will be extremely reminiscent of your local grocery chain - they have all of the typical goods, produce, freshly-made bread and empanadas and also carry a good amount of American brand goods.
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While there are plenty of small businesses and local boutique options for goods in Panama, sometimes it’s nice to have a few, reliable favorites on hand in case you’re short on time and have a long shopping list. It took me a few months of confused and chaotic shopping before I got the hang of where to go for what, but here’s my short list of helpful go-tos:

Machitazo
The Panamanian equivalent of Walmart. They have everything and for prices that are hard to believe. While I can’t assure quality, it is a bargain hunter’s paradise and offers a huge variety of day-to-day supplies. Also like Walmart, there can be quite a crowd as people stock up before holidays on bulk supplies. If you’re going I suggest comfortable shoes and a coffee beforehand!
Conway
The first time I walked into a Conway I had an eerie feeling of déjà u. I felt like I had been transplanted back to the States and shopping at my neighborhood Target in Ohio. Conway is a quasi replica of all things Target - from the product offerings right down to the company’s bullseye logo. Like Target, Conway seeks to democratize design - offering reasonable prices on some slightly higher quality goods. This is also a great option if you need a million things and don’t want to make a million stops during errands.
Price Smart
Like many bulk stores in the US, this chain requires a purchased membership (around $30 dollars a year). Also, much like the US, you can stock up on mass quantities of everyday goods: if you’re looking for a lifetime supply of macaroni and cheese or enough Cheerios to feed a small army, this is the place for you.
Grocery Store Chains
El Rey, Riba Smith, Super 99... All of these chains will be extremely reminiscent of your local grocery chain - they have all of the typical goods, produce, freshly-made bread and empanadas and also carry a good amount of American brand goods.
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