There are two medium size shopping malls in Bedford itself, Sunnyside Mall and Bedford Place Mall, several strip malls with shops and services and many larger malls and specialty stores within a 15 minute drive from Bedford.
The Sunnyside Mall in Bedford is considered a higher end shopping center where you can find more brand name items and designer clothes. It's anchor stores are Shopper's Drug Mart, Mark's Work Warehouse and Pete's Frootique.
The Bedford Place Mall has over 50 shops and services and provides several quality shopping destinations. The anchor stores at Bedford Place are Target, Atlantic Superstore, Rona, Dollarama and the Nova Scotia Liquor Commission.
Bedford Commons is Bedford's newest shopping area and includes Canadian Tire, Walmart, Staples, Winners, Futureshop, Dollarama, Bouclaire, Tip Top/George Richards, Reitmans, Bulk Barn and many others. Several other stores are planned for the site as well.
For grocery items there are two grocery stores. Sobeys and Atlantic Superstore grocery stores are both modern stores with excellent quality and variety of food and other items. There are also specialty food stores that are very popular such as Pete's Frootique, which has possibly the best selection of fruit and vegetables in Nova Scotia. The owner Pete Luckette is a regular on several television shows in the area.
A 10 minute drive from Bedford you will find Bayer's Lake Business Park in Halifax where the big " box " stores such as Costco, Business Depot, Future Shop, Winners, Walmart, Home Depot and many others are located. This is a popular shopping location. Dartmouth Crossing is also only a 15 minute drive from Bedford. Dartmouth Crossing will also have the big box stores similar to Bayers Lake.
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