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About Great Wall Supermarket
GW Supermarket is a specialized Asian American supermarket chain in the U.S., established in New York City in 2004. The chain caters to Asian immigrants, offering Asian products in a Western supermarket-style retail operation.The President, CEO and founder is Lihui Zhang. Great Wall supermarket has 10 stores across the east coast, and it has average approx 30,000-50,000 sqft shopping space that is able to carry a wide selection of meat, seafood, grocery and fresh produce. It has a wide variety of merchandise that allows shoppers to complete their grocery shopping under one roof. In March 2016, the Great Wall Supermarket e-commerce site was established.
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