The United States markets have seen a good amount of new entries from the foreign world and the nation's domestic industry has been suffering and taking a huge hit as there are very few new entries and capable old ones that could battle the new entries of the United States market.
Amongst the news that are not enough people to and firms to battle the new international firms that have come to the United States markets, and old domestic name in the market has announced a new store. PCC Community Markets, the country’s largest community-owned grocery, which is based in Seattle, is the company that is making a move. New stores opening at its newest location in the Emerald City's Ballard neighborhood on November 13 mark the company’s competition and the United States’ local completion face to the international market vendors in the market. The 24,000-square-foot location that is building the store will include a rooftop deck and the grocer's first fast-casual restaurant serving made-to-order seafood dishes and local beer and enter the restaurant game too, wine and cider. Since Ballard has nautical roots, the store will also feature a sea life-inspired mural and an octopus art installation making sure the people are familiar with the roots of the company and keeping a good theme.
Let’s see how this firm battles it out at the markets where other competitors are making what the fate has set for them but it is a matter of who wants it more now.
Tags : PCC Community Markets, Emerald City's Ballard, fast-casual restaurant, octopus art,