Modern fresh food markets do well in housing suburbs
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM CLEANUP ON AISLE ONE: Customers browse the fresh vegetable section at Pasar Modern in the Bumi Serpong Damai City housing complex in Tangerang. The market is one of the first in the country to adopt a clean traditional market concept. (JP/Multa Fidrus) It's hardly surprising when people turn their backs on the traditional market given its notorious reputation for being a muddy, cramped and ...
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