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Supermarkets and Grocery Stores on Juist

Buy Food and Drinks on Juist

The good old, everyday need

Supermarkets and stores on Juist

Buy food on the island

Juist has a few supermarkets to offer you - although, strictly speaking, they are not supermarkets, because a supermarket is "a form of retail trade with large sales areas where merchandise is offered to customers for self-service, often at lower prices than in normal stores". At least that's what the online dictionary says. No, there are no discounters or supermarkets on Juist, but grocery stores with rich, hand-picked offerings.

In addition to the normal necessities for eating, drinking, cooking and other consumption, you can also find vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, unpackaged, lactose-free and many other special products in the Juist stores.

Here you can find a list of all grocery stores and beverage suppliers on Juist (plus our drugstore, because you can also buy food there):

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Empty shelves, no choice?

Grocery shopping on Juist

We don't want to sugarcoat it: On Juist, products are sometimes sold out. Especially in the high season it can happen that this one place on the shelf is empty because this particular product is sold out. But do not worry. There is constant supply, so usually the next day the product of your choice is back in stock.

But it's by no means that we don't have a choice here. In the supermarkets / grocery stores on Juist you will find a wide selection of different products from all over the world and of course from the region of East Frisia.

To be quite frank: Yes, your favorite product can be a few cents more expensive here than you are used to on the mainland. This is simply because the transport of actually all products to the island is costly and time-consuming. Also, the delivery by carriage from the port to the store is not comparable in terms of time and money with the delivery on the mainland. So it simply comes with the island territory that products are more expensive here than on the mainland.

©  Lars Wehrmann
©  Lars Wehrmann
©  Lars Wehrmann