Buying Arborio Rice?

A short grain rice originally grown in Italy as the classic pick for making risotto. Find it in most national food chains, an Italian specialty stores and online. This is a page about buying arborio rice.

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September 18, 2007

Does anyone know a store that sells Arborio rice? I've looked at Walmart, Kroger, and many budget stores and can't find it. My daughter has looked for it in Indiana and hasn't found it either.

Pauline from Arcanum, OH


September 18, 20070 found this helpful
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You can get it on in the grocery section or probably at any of the high end grocery stores. I know that DeLallo Risotto is one brand.

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September 19, 20070 found this helpful
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Did you mean Arborio rice? You can order it online, here is one site that showed up with a simple search on Google:


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By glenda (Guest Post)
September 26, 20070 found this helpful
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Stores like wholefoods, and wegman's, also most of your superfood stores sell aborio rice now. Try them. Make sure you ask, if you don't find it. Let them check their computers.

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June 15, 2009

Where can I find arborio rice in Omaha, Nebraska?

By Charles Cogar from Omaha, NE


June 16, 20090 found this helpful
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Any large national food chain will have it. (Jewel. Kroger, Dominicks etc.). Also an Italian food specialty shop will have it. (and lots of other goodies). Good luck!

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June 16, 20090 found this helpful
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Walmart has it in Norfolk, so I'm guessing they would have it in Omaha. It's not a very large container, but it's in the rice aisle.

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