Small details that make the difference.
In general, food shopping here is very similar to in the UK. However, some things differ. For instance, vegetables. I cannot find runner beans here. It's as if they don't exist. On the other hand, celeriac is easy to find, if only I had a really good use for it.
Sausages; I can't find sausages such as I grew up with. Nor can I find back bacon.
Lamb is very rarely found, although I'm not concerned about that since I dislike lamb.
Cheese is much restricted in its selection.
And on another note entirely, we have a new contender in the "classiest clothing" award: an oversized sleeveless t-shirt advertising a bail bond service. Stay classy, sir!