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Dobromira Banova; Bulgaria; in Barcelona: 6 months"I usually do shopping in Mercadona. Fruit and vegetables I get from little local stores."
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Michelle Munvez; USA; in Barcelona: 1 week"I shop at the mercat on Gran Via."
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Alexander Vassilev; Bulgaria; in Barcelona: 6 months"Usually I get my food from Mercadona. Sometimes I buy vegetables and fruit from the grocery shop near my house."
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Andrew Thomson; UK; in Barcelona: 4 years"Ideally I like to do the majority of my shopping at the local market but laziness sometimes sees me use Bonpreu, which is closer."
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Arunas Radkevicius; Lithuania; in Barcelona: 5months"I get my food from Eroski and Caprabo. I get vegetables and fruit from local shops because it's convenient, close and cheap."
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Grant Scott; Canada; in Barcelona: 5 months (in Spain: 7 years)"Meat usually from a specific butcher...and I order my bread from a specific store as well. I like Dia for very good discounts."
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Amelie Malmgren; Sweden; in Barcelona: 7 years"Once a month, I go to Carrefour and buy all my groceries...They deliver my food, which is nice because I live at the top of an apartment building without an elevator."
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Andrea Packard; USA; in Barcelona: 2 years"I buy most of my food at Caprabo. I go to Veritas to buy specific things like oatmeal, green tea and whole-grain pasta."
In the spirit of this month's food-focused magazine, we asked readers where they get most of their food: the supermarket, the local market, on-line, or perhaps out of a bin. Click on our slideshow to find out what they said