International grocery store coming to south Oklahoma City

Published Thursday, May 3, 2018
by David Dishman

Don't bother bringing your passport, the cuisine of the world is coming to south Oklahoma City.

World Fresh Int'l Market, an international grocery concept, is set to open this year in a former Homeland at 10700 S Pennsylvania Ave. Owned by Quan Nguyen and Thang Truong, the pair hope to provide high-quality items from around globe to customers in Oklahoma.

“We've been thinking about this concept; we know the demand is here,” Nguyen said. “And then we saw this place was here. Everything is built and it is easy to make the concept work.”

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