There are many grocery stores are located in the Greater Moncton Area. They sell food, household products, and in some places, medication and clothing. They also carry a large selection of international foods.
Specialty Grocery Stores
The Greater Moncton Area is also home to specialty grocery stores.
Marché Moncton Market
Located in the heart of downtown Moncton, it is a one-stop-shop for locally produced goods. Featuring unique crafts and gifts or grocery items such as fresh meat and vegetables.
Riverview Chocolate River Farmer's Market
The Chocolate River Farmer's Market is an indoor/outdoor mid-week farmer's market which features many local producers, farmers, crafters, artisans, makers, and home-based businesses.
Marché de Dieppe Market
The Dieppe Market offers farmers, growers and entrepreneurs the priority to provide consumers with the freshest products possible, either locally grown, raised, processed, crafted, etc.
New Brunswick's largest shopping centre with 140 top retailers.
Wheeler Park Power Centre
Offers a wide range of retail, grocery and restaurant options.
Business plan grew two restaurants
I arrived in Moncton in 1999 at the age of 18 as an international student.From the beginning I had a hard time finding the cooking ingredients I was used to. I completed my Master of Business Administration degree at Université de Moncton while simultaneously making a business plan to start my own restaurant and market here. I saw a real niche because people were willing to be adventurous with their food, but their options were limited. In 2008, I opened the first Blue Olive in Dieppe and recently I opened my second restaurant on Moncton’s Main Street where now, 19 years since I came here, there are many options for international cuisine.This has been a place of opportunity, and a lot of challenges for me.
Mohamed Ali M'halla, owner, Blue Olive