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Top 8 Abuja Supermarkets To Know About by Abujafood: 5:22pm On Sep 30, 2013
One thing about Abuja that makes it stand out readily from most Nigerian Cities is how easy it is to spot a supermarket in town. Almost every neighbourhood has a super market and we don’t mean corner shops where household provisions are sold but large sized super markets that stock a large range of consumables including; electronics, household gadgets, edibles, clothing to mention a few. We’ve taken time to note some very popular supermarkets in Abuja and here’s our list:

212 Super Market (Usuma Street, Maitama District)

This is one of those supermarkets that seems designed for diplomats and Nigerians of the higher income class especially Ministers, Ambassadors to mention a few. That explains why things are expensively priced at this store but you won’t be disappointed by their rich selection of high quality groceries mostly imported of course. They a small parking space and are strict with its usage ensuring only customers use them they open 12 noon till 10 pm daily.

Sahad Stores (Area 11 and Central Area)

Sahad Stores is one of Abuja’s oldest big supermarkets. This is perhaps Abuja’s biggest wholly owned Nigerian Supermarket if we take into account its two branches which are very large. There’s hardly anything under the sun you can’t find in this supermarket. The supermarket is relatively cheaper than most of those on this list. Parking space is a little inadequate and there’s always traffic around the supermarket area.

Shop Rite Abuja (Apo District)

Like its counterparts in Lagos, Enugu and Port Harcourt, the Abuja Shop rite is very large with a large parking space and an everyman’s delight. If you hop into shop rite to buy anything and can’t find it, there’s a good chance that no other super market in Abuja has it.

Dunes Super Market (Aguiyi Ironsi Way, Maitama)

This is another upscale supermarket targeting high end Abuja folks especially the expatriate community as the supermarket is short on made in Nigeria products as all items on sale are imported and of course above average market price. There’s more than enough parking space within the exclusive Dunes Plaza for shoppers.

Next SuperMarket (Mabuchi District)

By Land Area covered this is Abuja’s largest super market on Ahmadu Bello way just after the bridge linking Wuse 2 to Kado district and Gwarinpa. Like Shop Rite the super market is richly stocked and affordable.

Exclusive Stores (Wuse 2)

This is a very popular super market in Wuse 2 that stands on three floors with a basement area. The Super Market is every inch a modern world class shopping Mall and it’s a shoppers delight any day. There’s also a restaurant and a café located within the stores.

Park N Shop (Wuse 2)

This is another very popular super market located a few blocks away from the popular banex plaza but our problem with this supermarket is its steep price for most of its items as it’s one of the most expensive super markets in Abuja. There’s ample parking space but in our

Classic Super Market

This is a new entrant among those on this list. Located on the busy and popular Gana Street the SuperMarket is very impressive with well stocked items but the price is slightly more expensive perhaps due to its location in an upscale part of Abuja.

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Re: Top 8 Abuja Supermarkets To Know About by DrMuzungu: 8:00pm On Jul 22, 2015
SPAR in Ceddi plaza?
Re: Top 8 Abuja Supermarkets To Know About by olajide21: 7:16am On Jul 23, 2015
How could you not mention Grand Square?

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Re: Top 8 Abuja Supermarkets To Know About by aminho(m): 2:15pm On Jul 23, 2015
olajide21:
How could you not mention Grand Square?

INE OF THE OLDEST IN NIGERIA AND STILL THE BEST
Re: Top 8 Abuja Supermarkets To Know About by kobe79: 4:04pm On Jul 23, 2015
eVeryday Supermarket
Re: Top 8 Abuja Supermarkets To Know About by Bobugee: 5:23am On Mar 21
Payfair Supermarket... It's a new fast growing supermarket.

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