Raúl Musibay: There are many small Cuban markets sprinkled throughout Miami.
Glenn Lindgren: If you see one, we encourage you to stop in.
Raúl Musibay: We stop in the small places whenever we get a chance. We really believe in supporting the small businessperson.
Glenn Lindgren: A good Cuban grocery is an eating adventure! You'll have a great time exploring wonderful new foods and products you've probably never seen before.
Raúl Musibay: For the tourist, one of the most accessible Cuban grocery chains is Sedanos.
Glenn Lindgren: They're all over the place.
Raúl Musibay: Sedanos is owned and run by Cubans
Jorge Castillo: They have the best selection of traditional Cuban foods of any store in Miami.
Raúl Musibay: Check out the aisles and you'll be amazed at the many products.
Jorge Castillo: Whether you have a taste for Cuban crackers, or meringues, Cuban spices or a delicious flan, Sedanos has it all.
Raúl Musibay: They still bag your groceries for you!
Glenn Lindgren: Yes, you'll walk out of there with a cart full of yellow plastic Sedanos bags, all neatly tied at the top.
Glenn Lindgren: They now have expanded offerings of Cuban and Latin groceries.
Raúl Musibay: They really have just about everything you can find at Sedano's!
Glenn Lindgren: When we were working on our second cookbook, we were able to buy just about everything we needed at the Publix by Jorge's house.
Jorge Castillo: They have also opened a couple of new concept stores called Publix Sabor. These new stores integrate Latin food products throughout the store.