Iceland in Spain
15 May 2010 @ 18:45
Iceland, the frozen foods company has 10 stores in Spain, run as a franchise by a company called Overseas Imports.
I've never been myself, but I have had a look on their website and their prices seem very reasonable, and nothing like the rip off prices that Morrisons in Gibraltar charge. Here's the blurb from the Iceland/Overseas Imports website:
Overseas Imports have been selling an extensive range of British products to expats and holiday makers for over 12 years. It actually started in Tenerife in 1997 when we entered into an exclusive trading agreement with the UK frozen food retailer Iceland.
Following the success of our stores in Tenerife we decided to expand the business into the Spanish mainland and in 2006 we opened our first Iceland supermarket on the Costa Del Sol. This store proved hugely successful so we expanded our business onto the Costa Blanca with a further 5 stores.
We carry a huge range of over 10,000 British products, from tea bags to baby milk or pork sausages for the BBQ. As well as the entire Iceland own label range we also stock most other well known brands including Bird’s Eye. Findus, Tetley, PG Tips, Nestle, Waitrose, Kelloggs, Irn Bru, Robinsons, Danone, Dairylea, Kraft,Roberts Bread, Kingsmill, Nescafe, Walls, burtons, Tunnocks and many, many more top brands.
Our Spanish mainland stores can be found in Fuengirola on the Costa Del Sol and on the Costa Blanca in San Javier, Torrevieja, La Marina, Benissa and Javea and during the next 6 months we will open further stores in Benidorm and Puerto Banus. Our 2 Tenerife stores can be found in Las Chafiras and Los Cristianos.
Whether on holiday or a Spanish resident please try and pop into one of our stores, we know you will be impressed!
The entire Iceland range can now be purchased frozen.