What are the items that I should bring with me because they’re not available (or are too expensive) where I am going?

Due to the wide variety of stores in the area, you'll be able to find almost everything you need. There are even a number of internationally-geared stores, such as Central Market, that offer a huge array of foods, spices, teas and more from all over the world.
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Will anyone have particular trouble finding clothes that fit?

No. There are sizes and styles to fit every size and shape of men, women and children.
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What grocery stores do expats in your city shop at?

Typically, expats shop at larger grocery stores such as Albertson's, Kroger and Tom Thumb.

Wal-Mart also operates "super centers" that sell groceries in addition to clothing, house wares and other items.
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Where can other household items (such as cleaning materials and home furnishings) be found?

The more popular stores for household items are Wal-Mart, Target and Kohl’s. There are numerous home furnishing stores such as Sears, Ashley Furniture, Haverty's, The Room Store and Rooms To Go -- to name just a few.
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What are factors that might affect my shopping habits in this country/city?

Where you live, price and special needs will affect your shopping habits. Most people prefer to shop close to home, but there are numerous malls and stores that are only a short drive away from any neighborhood.
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