NPR: Why is Chinatown's Produce so Cheap?

Have you ever noticed how inexpensive the local farmer’s market can be? Heck, I drive twenty-five minutes out of my way to go to one. In my opinion large superstores lack variety and quality—I’ve seen avocados at the supermarket that you could drive nails with!

NPR’s Lisa Chow takes a look at why local markets are so cheap in this report on New York City’s Chinatown: Chinatown Vendors Ripe for Bargains.
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