The shelves of Curaçao's supermarkets and specialty food shops are well stocked with a variety of goods from around the world, and also some local products. Because of its prosperity and role as a major Caribbean transshipment centre, Curaçao imports virtually all the food that is consumed locally. Supermarkets carry European, American, and South American products. A full list of the island's gorcery stores can be found here.
There are several post offices on the island. The main ones are situated in Punda, Otrobanda, and Groot Kwartier (Ring Road), and the small branches are at WTC (World Trade Centre) and the airport. Stamps can also be purchased at bookstores and the front desk of many hotels. Some hotels also offer letter drop facilities. The postal services are generally reliable, but the time it takes a letter to reach its destination can vary.