The store at the corner of Rockville Pike and College Parkway is the 13th location for the business and first in Maryland. Assistant Manager Edward Lee said Monday the chain chose the Rockville location after studying the demographics of the area and finding that about 13 percent to 14 percent of the population is Asian. The business will likely compete against the other Asian grocery stores in the area such as the Great Wall Supermarket and Meixin Supermarket—both of which are on Hungerford Drive. The Rockville store is set up like a typical American supermarket, with fruits and vegetables on the side aisles and meats and fish displayed in the back. In the produce section, shoppers can find a variety of fruits and vegetables including durian fruit, kuduzu root, Chinese okra and bok choy among staples like potatoes, apples, oranges and carrots. Lee said the grocery store carries more than different types of fruit and more than vegetables—many of which will change with the seasons. The aisles are filled with shelves of dried noodles, soy bean paste, sesame oil and chili sauces.
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H-Mart is probably the best Asian grocery market in the Baltimore area. The selection of Asian produce and ingredients are fabulous, and the prices are cheap. Okay, I lied. Most of the things here are inexpensive. I wouldn't advise you not to buy cereal here as it'll probably be almost double the prices marked at other stores.
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