Spanish products beyond delis
Spanish sweet paprika 'Los Novios' (the couple) in a vintage can Spanish sweet paprika 'Los Novios' (the couple) in a vintage can Sara Bosch

Although this is not a web exclussively about gastronomy, we can't help noticing the spread of Spanish food around. Beyond delicacy stores, supermarkets keep on adding Spanish products to their shelves, especially in tins or cans for obvious transport reasons.

Common ingredients such as olive oil have become more sophisticated with many subcategories on offer (light, extra virgin, classic):

Olive oil - Spanish Australia Magazine

Some new products come in cans or tins, such as this 'tuna paella':

Tinned paella - Spanish Australia Magazine

If you are curious and want to know where did we find all the above products, email us or post a comment on Facebook and we will get back to you with all the details. Buen provecho!

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