Where to Find Miso Paste at Walmart: check these aisles

                by Joost Nusselder | Updated:  November 15, 2020

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If you are looking for miso paste at Walmart, there are primarily two places it could be (if your store carries it).

Check online before you leave if you want to ensure that your nearest store carries miso paste, or you can buy it from the site if you’re not in a hurry.

Where is the miso paste in a walmart

The International Foods Section

Miso paste could be found in the international food section. The international food section is usually located behind the produce section and/or near the canned food section.

If your Walmart has multiple aisles for international foods, look for Japanese/Asian foods.

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Miso paste is usually located with other condiments, so look for dressings, simmer sauces, and marinades.

The Condiments Aisle

If you cannot find the miso paste in the international foods section, check with other refrigerated condiments. These are often located near the dairy section of the store.

Miso paste is often refrigerated, so anywhere with refrigerated condiments is a good place to start.

How is Miso Paste Packaged?

Miso paste is generally found in a small plastic container or a bag. When looking on the shelf, look for a tub similar to the ones used for sour cream or yogurt.

Bag of Shiro Miso from walmart

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Miso may also be found packaged in a simple plastic bag.

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Joost Nusselder, the founder of Bite My Bun is a content marketer, dad and loves trying out new food with Japanese food at the heart of his passion, and together with his team he's been creating in-depth blog articles since 2016 to help loyal readers with recipes and cooking tips.