Where to Find Sumac in the Grocery Store

Sumac is a vibrant red spice sold either ground or as dried berry. It is most popular in the Middle East. Its culinary application is wide. For example, you can use it as meat rub or seasoning for homemade hummus. Sumac also serves as a flavoring for vegetable dishes.

Are you struggling to find Sumac in the grocery store? We will show you the exact aisles to check. We have also listed the stores where you can buy it.

Which Grocery Store Aisle is Sumac in?

You can find Sumac in the spice aisle. It is usually packaged in jars in ground form. You can also find Sumac as berries. Pay attention to the shelves that carry other spices like rosemary, curry, and thyme.

Another spot to check for Sumac is the international aisle. Locate the Middle Eastern food section, and you’ll probably get it there.

If you are still having a hard time finding it, you might consider checking any of these stores listed below.

List of Stores that Sell Sumac

Amazon

As one of the largest online retail stores, Amazon is one of the best places to buy Sumac. You can search for the best price and products, and also read reviews from other buyers.

Sale
Spicely Organic Sumac Ground 0.45 Ounce ecoBox Certified Gluten Free
  • Compact EcoBoxes are a SAMPLING size for a few servings; serving size will depend on recipe or application used
  • Desirable amount to maintain freshness
  • Certified USDA Organic, Certified GF, NON GMO Verified, Vegan, Kosher
  • Minimal packaging used to reduce environmental impact and bags are not resealable
Jamie Geller Sumac Spice Seasoning | Fresh Ground Dried Red Berries (3.5 oz Glass Jar, 100g) OU KOSHER | Mediterranean Seasoning For Zaatar Spice | Dry Rubs For Turkey, Chicken, Meat, Beef, Lamb Chops
INGREDIENTS: Sumac berries which are dried and ground into coarse powder. Non-Irradiated, Non-GMO, no MSG & Vegan friendly. 100% all natural, no fillers, no additives, no preservatives, no artificial colors, flavors and aroma. Allergen free but produced in a facility that also processes other products that contains allergens.
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The Spice Way Pure Sumac and Real Zaatar - 4 oz each.
PURE SUMAC AND AUTHENTIC REAL ZAATAR - This bundle offers pure sumac, no salt, no agents and Authentic Real Zaatar with hyssop, no thyme that is sometime used to replace the authentic hyssop which is hard to find.

Walmart

Walmart, like Amazon, has lots of sumac brands for you to choose from. Check their spice aisle for brands like Sadaf and Spicy World.

Kroger

Kroger carries organic food items, including Sumac. If you visit any of their stores, look out for the spice and condiment section. You should see brands like Aiva and Lebanon Valley.

Whole Foods Market

Whole Foods store is another spot to find Sumac. They keep Spicely and Indian Tree brands in their spice aisle. Check the bulk section for it.

Safeway

You can get Morton & Bassett, Spicely, or Ziyad sumac Sumac brands from the spice aisle at Safeway.

Albertsons

Look for Ziyad and Morton & Bassett in Albertsons stores. They sit close to curry and horseradish in the spice aisle.

Publix

Check any Publix store for Sumac. They also carry Za’atar, which is a blend of Sumac and other spices.

Aldi

If you shop at Aldi, you might want to see what they have in their spice aisle. You will probably find some sumac brands there.

The Middle East/Asian Markets

Sumac is a popular Middle Eastern spice. You’re sure to find it there.

Local spice shops

Local spice shops usually carry Sumac in bulk (in berries) and jars (ground).


FAQs

What does sumac taste like?

Sumac has a sharp pungent taste with a fresh lemon flavor.

What are sumac spice substitutes?

Sumac can be substituted with Za’atar, lemon juice, lemon pepper seasoning, lemon zest, or vinegar. With these, you can achieve a similar taste.

What do you use sumac spice for?

There are lots you can do with Sumac. You can use it anywhere that you would use lemon or lime.

  • Add it to salad dressing or to the salad itself
  • Add some of it to fried fish and chips
  • Use it as a condiment in a veggie burger.

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