Where is lemon juice in grocery stores? Your best bet is to try the juice, produce, and condiments aisles. For more on where to find lemon juice, see below.
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Where Is Lemon Juice in Grocery Stores?
There is no consensus on the proper aisle for lemon juice in grocery stores. We contacted customer service associates at multiple grocery store chains, including Kroger, Safeway, and Walmart. Some stores keep lemon juice in the juice section. Others put it with the condiments or salad dressings. It can also be found in the produce section near fresh lemons.
We also checked online grocery stores to see which department they put lemon juice in. When shopping online for delivery from both Walmart and Safeway (via Instacart), you’ll find lemon juice in the juice category. Kroger, on the other hand, considers lemon juice a Condiment & Toppings item.
Customers on online forums and discussion boards report finding lemon juice anywhere from the produce section to the salad dressing aisle in their local stores.
It appears there’s no telling exactly where to find lemon juice at your neighborhood grocery. To avoid frustration, try calling your local grocery store ahead of time or check with a store associate when you arrive.
Now you have a good idea where to find lemon juice in grocery stores — and for sure where to find it in the popular ones. Lemon juice is the wild card of the supermarket. You might want to try the produce department, the condiments aisle, and the juice section when looking for lemon juice at your local grocery store. Looking for other hard-to-find grocery items? See our article: Where to Find Tahini in the Grocery Store + Other Hard-to-Find Items.