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ABOUT US Cost-U-Less opened its first retail warehouse store in 1989, on the Hawaiian island of Maui. In 1992, Cost-U-Less initiated its expansion by opening stores in relatively remote island locations, the first of which was in Dededo, Guam. Today Cost-U-Less operates warehouse club-style stores in the United States Territories, the Hawaiian Islands, foreign island countries in the Pacific and the Caribbean and Sonora, California. Our primary strategy is to operate in island markets, offering predominately U.S. branded goods. While the typical U.S. consumer has virtually unlimited access to popular U.S. brand-name products, these products are carried by relatively few local retailers in a number of island markets. As a result, a strong yet largely unsatisfied demand for certain U.S. branded products exists. Moreover, island markets often demonstrate unique consumer preferences, which typically require retailers to conduct local research and incorporate flexible merchandise purchasing policies in order to offer a diverse selection of local products, as well as popular U.S. brand-name products. Cost-U-Less has developed a depth of expertise in dealing with the inherent challenges of island market operations and has refined a building prototype that is designed to endure most severe island weather conditions and that incorporates low construction […]
Cost U Less Governors Square 51 Lime Tree Bay, Grand Cayman
Kirk Market boasts the Island’s largest and best stocked Produce Department, presenting the highest quality in seasonal fruits and vegetables. Locally grown produce from Grand Cayman as well as Cayman Brac are prominently featured and Kirk Market is a proud supporter of the local farming community. Additionally, we offer daily a wide variety of prepared fruit cut by hand that adds convenience to any meal or snack.
Kirk Supermarket Grand Cayman Ph: 345 949-7200
Albert Lake’s grocery in the Valley is the largest supermarket and owned by Anguilla’s businessman and farmer, Mr. Albert A R Lake, he is by far the largest cattle owner on the island and the beef he sells in his supermarket comes from his own teeming ranch. They also have good prices on beer and wines, as well.
Albert Lake Market, Stoney Ground Road
Ashley and Sons is similar to IGA, but carries more ethnic specialty items (Spanish, Jewish, East Indian, etc.), as well as a wide variety of seasonings and spices and specialty items (sesame seed oil, hot mustard, stuffed olives). Sometimes they sell Avon Skin So Soft bath oil, which is good for discouraging mosquitoes.
Ashley and Sons