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12 Jan 2020

The Best Indian Grocery Stores in the US

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Whether you’re an immigrant to the US, an international student or just looking for supplies for Indian food, you may find yourself looking for Indian brands and produce that are common in India but may not be able to be found in everyday supermarkets in the US.

We’ve listed 5 Indian grocery chains in the US that can help you find authentic Indian food and brands. From brands to spices to preparations to even vegetables, Indian grocery stores give you an experience of India as if you were back home! Here’s a quick summary of the top 5 Indian grocery stores:
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<a target='_blank' href='https://www.patelbros.com/'>Patel Bros</a>

Patel Brothers is a nationwide Indian grocery store chain. The chain is known for its sourcing of ingredients and products from India.
Apart from food, you can buy a wide variety of products - spices, herbs, health products, spiritual products and more. You can also buy a range of frozen dinners and meals for when you need a quick meal!
If you’re not near a Patel Bros store, you can use their website to order a variety of products to your home. Their website also features a variety of recipes for Indian food.

<a target='_blank' href='https://www.vedicpro.com/'>Vedic Pro</a>

Vedic Pro is an online grocery store for Indian products, famous for its low prices - it even has a price-matching feature for any product that they sell online. Indian cookware, incense and a wide range of food, health, lifestyle and beauty products can be found on the site.
Their selection of Indian brands is amongst the best, and Vedic Pro is well stocked with organic produce should you want organic Indian food or products.

<a target='_blank' href='https://www.grocerybabu.com/'>GroceryBabu</a>

While GroceryBabu has a comparatively smaller selection of items than the other websites listed above, it has amazing recipes with videos that can provide you with your one-stop shop for all Indian recipes and ingredients.

<a target='_blank' href='https://www.ishopindian.com/'>iShopIndian</a>

The oldest and largest online store for Indian grocery items, ishopIndian is maybe the best known Indian grocery store in the US. If you’re looking for Indian produce from rice to dal, this is the site for you.

<a target='_blank' href='https://www.instagolocal.com/'>InstaGoLocal</a>

Instagolocal is more of a marketplace than an e-commerce site. It will pick up items from your local Indian store and deliver it to you. If you’re an Indian immigrant or student looking for Indian foods, snacks, or spices nearby you, you can simply go to their website and get it delivered to you.

<a target='_blank' href='https://www.instagolocal.com/'>InstaGoLocal</a>

Instagolocal is more of a marketplace than an e-commerce site. It will pick up items from your local Indian store and deliver it to you. If you’re an Indian immigrant or student looking for Indian foods, snacks, or spices nearby you, you can simply go to their website and get it delivered to you.

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