Shops in Bulawayo, Harare, Mutare and Victoria Falls have informal markets and supermarkets. Traditional african dresses and shirts are available for women. In every Zimbabwean city are informal clothes markets where donated clothes from Spain and Europe are sold in big piles. Near Victoria Falls is a traditional african villages where cheap traditional artwork and wood sculptures of giraffes, lions, elephants, crocodiles and leopards are sold. Wooden chairs and tables are also available. The traditional food of sadza, crocodile meat and beer is available in most supermarkets and restaurants. To avoid health problems do not buy food from the street. The baobab tree produces the monkey bread fruit. Monkey bread is very rich in Vitamin C and is used to make delicious drinks. Mopani worms are another traditional food but are not available in some supermarkets of Victoria Falls, Harare and Bulawayo. Animal meat from elephants, elands, impalas and buffalo are only available in specialist food shops. Zimbabwean traditional beer Chibuku is available in all supermarkets.