Supermarkets in California
|October 25, 2011||Posted by admin under Supermarket In California|
California, one of the biggest and most populous and certainly one of the most famous states in the United States of America has had and continues to have a colorful history. From the days of Zorro to those of Hollywood legends and lots of earthquakes to its name, this is the state that has been associated with a lot of crazy trends as well as the boom of the dot.com success stories a few decades ago. The population of the state is various – from the rich and super-rich to the poor and anywhere in between – and consists of many ethnic groups, among whole whites and blacks along with Mexicans constitute large segments.
The state has so many supermarkets that it’s impossible to come to a determination of the total count. Let’s just say that there must be thousands of them – after all, the state is home to quite a few large cities, such as Los Angeles or San Francisco or San Diego, etc. Each of those cities alone must have hundreds of supermarkets in it – if not at least a thousand (and that in each of those cities).
So what’s special – if anything at all – about supermarkets in California? Since the state has many tends – some of which are actually rather sane – it’s perhaps a fact that many of its supermarkets may be responsible for healthier eating promotions than most other states. For one thing, California is both a great agricultural state and a great state for animal husbandry as well. Have you seen those happy cow commercials, for example? They are putting the great cheese state of Wisconsin almost out of business.
The fact that so much of the nation’s fruits and vegetables come from the State of California must in itself make the state’s supermarkets awash in fresh fruits and vegetables. There are also other things, innovative ways to make foods both taste good and to be healthier for you than their pre-innovative counterparts. The new wave of new comfort foods, if you will.
So what California supermarkets may offer the state’s multi-cultural residents is a lot of healthy foods and a lot of ethnic foods as well. Seafood must also be abundant, since the state has the third largest coastline in the nation, second only to Alaska and Florida. From the deserts to the mountains, the state also abounds in natural beauty.
Life is expensive in California – but then the same is true of the Eastern Seaboard. New York City along with Los Angeles must sport the highest property values in the nation, which means, among other things, that lots of people can buy expensive food items, so it stands to reason that in California, these items may be abundant as well. Probably lots of important items, and not just foods but also wines and beers and spirits.
Hollywood is still a major factor in the state. Movies are, after all, the new literature of the modern world. And they may even depict scenes that take place in some of the state’s supermarkets large or small. People need to eat, after all, and they need to shop for their foods in supermarkets these days for the most part. Quaint and curious old-fashioned markets and farmers markets are also springing up in places here and there. That’s because the new idea of the old ideas is enjoying a come-back. The old ideas have to do, of course, with natural and organic foods. And supermarkets are in on this trend, too. Don’t underestimate them.