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www.goodwoods.com is a good place to order from and if you sign up with them, they send emails every couple of weeks with discount codes.
I know this thread is old, but in case it helps out anyone in the future. In California, Nevada, and Arizona there is a market called Fresh and Easy (http://www.freshandeasy.com/) which is actually owned by Tesco! They have a lot of food from the UK dispersed throughout.
My favorite place to go, though, is Tea and Sympathy in New York: http://www.teaandsympathynewyork.com/home.phpIt's in the West Village and there's a restaurant there too, but I always just go to the shop. Real British people will sell you probably any kind of British sweet you can imagine They're quite nice there, I like them.
Tea and Sympathy is nice, but small. Just a few blocks over on 9th Avenue is Myers of Keswick. They're much bigger and have everything from imported sausage and homemade pies to snacks, groceries and household products. They're the sausage supplier for the BEST British restaurant in New York - Chip Shop (two locations in Brooklyn). Both were staples of mine before moving over to London for good.
DS has already discovered Chip Shop but was slightly put off because they wouldn't deep fry a chunk of his friend's birthday cake They said it would disintegrate and mess up their fat (fair enough). I love their online application form ("What's your favorite car? etc.)
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