Traditional Lunar New Year gifts and foods are displayed at the front of stores.
BUENA PARK, Calif. — Lunar New Year may fall on Feb. 10 this year, but 99 Ranch Market will celebrate all month long. The Asian grocery chain, owned by Tawa Supermarket here, will host sales on produce, meat, seafood and grocery items throughout February to help customers prepare traditional meals. “So during this time our stores usually are very, very crowded with a lot of customers who come in and try to prepare their Lunar New Year feast,” said Iris Leong, ...
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