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Hong Kong Supermarket
Hong Kong Supermarket (香港超級市場) is a growing Chinese American supermarket chain in the Los Angeles region of Southern California. It operates mainly in the newer suburban "Chinatown" communities, particularly in Monterey Park, San Gabriel, and Rowland Heights. It also has several stores on the US East Coast, particularly in the old and new New York City Chinatowns of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Elmhurst, and Flushing, New York as well as branches in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and South Plainfield and East Brunswick, New Jersey.
It specializes mainly in imported Asian groceries.
Hong Kong Supermarket was established in 1981 with its flagship store located in Monterey Park, California, where it is still among the popular Asian supermarkets. In Southern California, its main competitors are 99 Ranch Market and Shun Fat Supermarket.
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