In the video posted on Monday, Yee and his grandfather tried several products from the American grocery chain’s Chinese food line, Trader Ming’s.
American chain grocery Trader Joe’s defends its “ethnic-sounding” labels saying the names are a fun way to show appreciation for other cultures and expressed no plans to change them.
The petition: Organized by Briones Bedell, the petition demanded that the grocery chain remove its branding and packaging in its stores, explaining labeling the brand’s “ethnic foods with modifications of ‘Joe’ …belies a narrative of exoticism that perpetuates harmful stereotypes.”
California-based company Fuji Food Products has voluntarily recalled several of their ready-to-eat sushi, spring roll, and salad sold at several supermarket chains in the United States for fear of listeria contamination.
The announcement for the voluntary recall was made by the Food and Drug Administration late last month.
Trader Joe’s is undeniably America’s favorite grocery store chain and a snack lover’s paradise.
From their brilliant use of puns on the chalkboard signs to the amazing selection of gluten-free, vegan foods, it’s a go-to stop for people of all ages and backgrounds.
Supermarket chain Aldi, which owns Trader Joe’s, has taken to creating tantalizing and romantic ads to sell their foods. Their latest ad for tomatoes uses a Boyz II Men-themed cover similar to the song “I’ll Make Love to You” and we guarantee you won’t see a hotter ad for the red fruit.
It looks like your common boutique supermarket, and with its aisles brimming with fresh produce and friendly staff assisting customers, it has nearly everything you would find in your typical suburban food store.
But under the Whole Foods facade of carrot crates and egg carton stacks, something special is going on inside new store Daily Table that is hard to miss — the supermarket’s prices are so low that it seems like they are competing with fast food.