A supermarket is a full-size grocery store, with a nearly complete array of usual foodstuffs for sale. Supermarkets normally also include an inventory of disposable household goods. Large stores which specialize only in a particular class of food, such as dairy products or produce, are considered shops rather than supermarkets. A drugstore can only be called a supermarket if a major part of it is dedicated to foodstuffs, and it offers a variety of food sufficient for a normal person's regular shopping.
A large store with a wide variety of groceries.