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American Supermarkets Prepare for Chinese New Year

China Press, Posted: Jan 06, 2009

LOS ANGELES As the Chinese New Year approaches, American supermarkets are stocking their shelves with and promoting foods for Chinese recipes. The Chinese New Year comes in January this year, earlier than the usual date in February. The China Press reports that local supermarket chain Melissas World Variety Produce Inc. has been organizing Chinese New Year events for the the past 12 years. About 2,300 participating supermarkets will give out Chinese recipes and small kitchen appliances for free. At the same time, they have promotions on vegetables used in Chinese recipes, such as ginger, snow peas, radish, green beans, pak-choi and long beans.


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