St. George's

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  • 1. Market Square

    This bustling produce market is open weekday mornings and is the best place to stock up on fresh fruit to enjoy during your stay and to buy packets or baskets of island-grown spices to take home. Saturday morning is busiest. Vendors also sell crafts, leather goods, and decorative objects.

    Foot of Young St., Grenada
  • 2. Fidel Productions

    Fidel Productions is a small cottage industry of local artisans from Carriacou. At this little gift shop at Port Louis Marina, you'll find locally made gifts and souvenirs—hand-printed T-shirts, hand-painted calabashes, Arawak Island soaps and lotions, handmade jewelry, caps, and more. On Carriacou, the shop is inside a bright green shipping container in the Paradise Beach parking lot; a small selection of items is also available at the Carriacou Museum in Hillsborough.

    Kirani James Blvd., Grenada
    473-435–8866-in Grenada
  • 3. House of Chocolate Grenada

    Part mini-museum, part chocolaterie, part café, part boutique (chocolate boutique, that is) ... you can learn how chocolate is processed from cacao beans, enjoy treats made from chocolate (cakes, ice cream, candy, cocoa tea, even chocolate rum), and purchase chocolate bars, cocoa, and other products made in Grenada.

    10 Young St., Grenada
    473-440–2310
  • 4. Marketing & National Importing Board

    At this government-run produce market, you'll find fresh fruits and vegetables, spices, hot sauces, and local syrups and jams at lower prices than in most gift shops.

    Young St., Grenada
    473-440–1791
  • 5. Spice Isle Coffee

    The Spice Isle Coffee Company Roasters of Grenada started in 2012 as the dream of the owner Zofia Malisiewicz. Relocating with her husband to Grenada from Poland, she decided to couple her expertise as a chemist with her love for coffee and thus Spice Isle Coffee was born. The company imports the finest quality coffee beans found internationally including from Colombia, Brazil, Ethiopia, Papua New Guinea, Uganda, Guatemala, and Peru, among other countries. Each variety of the coffee beans is roasted to perfection to bring out its best flavor and then blended with love. Each blend is then dubbed with uniquely Grenadian names such as Grenada Forbidden Chocolate, Grand Anse, Forever Nutmeg, Midnight Calypso, Pumpkin Spice, or Sweet Cinnamon. These blends are perfect for making your favorite coffee drink whether your preference is steaming hot or chilled.

    Grenada
    473-458--6309-mobile
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