What is a ‘supermarket’?
Italians have been known to refer to a supermarket as ‘super’ because of the sheer size of the space in which it is located.
The supermarket is also known as a ‘community supermarket’, because it is open to all, and people come to it from all over the country.
Supermarkets in Italy are usually located in central cities, as they offer the cheapest and most convenient food to their customers.
It’s often the only supermarket you will visit in a town, where you may find a lot of other shops.
You can also find the same products at other supermarkets, but it’s rare to see them in a supermarket in a city.
Amigo supermarket in Rome, Italy.
The price of a Supermarket in Italy.
Amigo supermarket is located in the town of Aventura in northern Italy, on the border with Germany.
The store is known for its extensive selection of bread, pasta and meat, as well as cheeses and jams.
It is also famous for its pasta, wine and beer.
In Italy, there are four supermarkets in the city of Amigos.
The Amigo supermarket in the center of the city is famous for selling all types of food, including bread, meat, pasta, fish, vegetables and other products.
The main grocery in the shopping center is the Amigolo supermarket, located in a shopping center on the outskirts of the town.
It has more than 400 different products and is one of the best places to shop for groceries in Italy, according to the Italian website.
The prices are usually around 70 to 80 euros ($80-$95) per carton, depending on the variety of products.
Italo Supermarket, in Rome.
Another supermarket in Amigosa, in central Italy, is also very popular with locals.
It also sells many kinds of products, like bread, wine, meat and vegetables.
The price is around 60 to 70 euros per cartons, depending the type of product.
La Sartori supermarket in Italy’s capital, Rome.