A grocery store has opened in New York City, and it’s expected to be a success.
The Chinese-owned grocery chain, Zhongshan, opened a store in Queens, and will soon have two other stores in the boroughs of Staten Island and the Bronx.
It plans to open a third store in the Bronx later this year.
The stores are intended to be more accessible to the Chinese population in the area, as well as offering Chinese food to the local Chinese community.
Zhongshans founder Wang Yuan told The New York Post that he believes it will provide jobs to local Chinese immigrants.
The Chinese grocery store will be located in Queens’ Chinatown and will be able to carry foodstuffs from the mainland, as the Chinese-American community is known to be very fond of Chinese food.”
I think it will help the Chinese community and Chinese-Americans as well.”
The Chinese grocery store will be located in Queens’ Chinatown and will be able to carry foodstuffs from the mainland, as the Chinese-American community is known to be very fond of Chinese food.
In addition to Zhongshi, the chain is also partnering with the Chinese consulate in New Jersey to offer a grocery store in that city.
“We are very grateful for the support of the Chinese Consulate,” said Wang Yang, adding that he hopes to expand the chain to other Chinese-dominated cities.
According to the Associated Press, the New York State Department of Labor and Industries is currently reviewing Zhongs plans to expand its stores in New England.
Chinese food is a staple in New Yorkers, with a large portion of their meals being served at restaurants that are part of the Zhong Shuan grocery chain.
The Zhong Shans grocery store is also owned by the company of a New Jersey woman, who was recently arrested in the state after allegedly stealing more than $250,000 from the company.
The woman, Anhui Yang, was arrested for allegedly stealing about $100,000 worth of food products from the Zhongs grocery store.
Yang was arrested at her home in Camden, New Jersey.
She faces a maximum of eight years in prison if convicted.