Large jars should have a low cost. If you ask me what New York is best for, I'll tell you that it's because of its cultural diversity, history and abundance of international foods. Of course, I should mention that international markets are known for their incredible offerings in international food. All right, these are some of the best international markets in New York City that I recommend to anyone visiting or living in the Big Apple.
Here is the list of my 7 items that I always pick up on the international market and that have saved me thousands of dollars a year. I don't always buy my meat on the international market, but when there are crazy sales, I like to stock up. Instead of forcing you to search for international food on a single shelf in your local store, an Asian supermarket will allow you to search for a variety of products and brands that you didn't know existed. If you shop at an international Mexican market, you'll often find fresh tortilla chips, ceviche (a salt-cured seafood dish), guacamole and other fantastic foods at a much cheaper price than if you went to a national grocery store.
International markets are an underused resource of goodness and many of you don't even know they exist or, at least, are only looking for one or two items. If you don't live near an international market, you might still find deals like these at the farmers market. If you've never tried shopping on the international market, try this corridor first and you'll sell yourself, I promise. In addition, the city has many international markets and grocery stores, where you can buy ingredients or packaged products from all over the world.
I've already mentioned how incredible their pita bread deals are, but I bought bagels on the international market for just 99 cents a bag.