"La depensa Ecuatoriana" stocks all the staples, from a half-dozen bins of assorted grains to a freezer-shelf of the infamous guinea pig called cuy.
It's especially crowded before Easter, when a line of folks looking for fanesca fixin's stretches out onto the sidewalk. The first photo below (click for a larger view) lists many traditional ingredients of this Eastertime specialty.
Though the whimsical signs have vanished, the cuyes still huddle in the freezer case. You can also find many more-approachable items, such as a flaxseed drink (16 fl. oz.; $1.99) that tastes like prune with a little apricot. Despite the De Los Andes brand name, it's a U.S. product, and despite the thin body, it has a well-lubricated mouthfeel.
102-08 Roosevelt Ave. (102nd-103rd Sts.), Corona, Queens