A supermarket clerk in Silicon Valley was fired after her xenophobic remark against an Asian American woman amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
The harassment happened at the Oakmont Produce Market in Cupertino, California, according to AsAm News.
One Asian man is melting the hearts of many people for his kind gesture of giving away a pack of toilet paper during a supermarket swarm in the U.K. amid the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
The moment was captured by Twitter user Elly Johnson at a Costco in Farnborough, England, according to Storyful via MSN.
A trio of female shoppers found themselves in a scuffle over limited toilet paper at a supermarket in New South Wales, Australia last weekend.
The incident, which was caught in a now-viral video, took place at a Woolworths in the suburb of Chullora, Greater Western Sydney on March 7.
A Malaysian woman in Illinois, United States was recently shocked to find ready-to-eat jackfruit that had been sliced like watermelons being sold in an American supermarket chain.
Facebook user Mei Tan shared the pictures on August 2 showing the completely butchered jackfruit coincidentally placed right under the watermelons at a Whole Foods Market in Wheaton, Illinois.
A small herd of hungry wild cows recently invaded a supermarket in Hong Kong, causing a commotion among startled shoppers.
The three bovines were captured on film feasting on produce in the grocery store on Lantau Island on Thursday night.
Whether you’re joking around while shopping at the supermarket with your dad like Twitter user Kylie Moy or using groan-inducing pickup lines like YouTuber Esa Fung, a good, old-fashion corny joke sometimes helps put a smile on your face.
A video posted on YouTube on Dec. 24 shows Fung testing out some funny yet cringey puns on his friend Lena Lemon at an Asian supermarket.
A new wave of comments has started weighing in on the longstanding debate about the “true” name of a supermarket chain popular among Asians in the U.S.
The business, while officially known as 99 Ranch Market, confused people over time due to its signage that puts the number “99” above and between the words “Ranch” and “Market.”
A supermarket in Germany eloquently explained why diversity is a necessity without uttering a single word.
By removing items from its shelves that were not made in Germany, the Edeka store in Hamburg showed its customers that a supermarket without imported goods would be practically barren and boring.
First World countries are striving to end world hunger, yet they are guilty of wasting a ridiculous amount of food themselves.
Now one country is launching an initiative to change that irony by opening its first food waste supermarket. Denmark has opened its first-ever charity market, which sells surplus produce that are past their fresh date or damaged in such a way that they wouldn’t be sold on the shelves of a typical grocery store.