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Melanie Wong | Dec 24, 201908:25 PM    

During my visit a year ago to the Southland, I had an adventure in live seafood at Good Fortune Supermarket. We would BYO conch and a live lobster to our lunch spot.

Good Fortune has some of the more premium products compared to other Chinese supermarkets. The seafood and produce look fresher. My friend had given me a package of these very addictive salted duck egg yolk cookies from Taiwan. She had purchased them at Good Fortune. I've not seen them anywhere else.

Good Fortune
137 S. San Gabriel Blvd.
San Gabriel, CA
(626) 309-0288

Good Fortune Supermarket

Good Fortune Supermarket is the largest Asian Supermarket located throughout out Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Virginia, and Los Angeles selling...

www.goodfortunesupermarket.com
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