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by Pichayada Promchertchoo

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The idea of cooking Thai green curry or chicken Tikka Masala no longer sounds so difficult in the UK these days.

The number of Asian minorities is increasing across Britain. Giant wholesalers like Tesco, ASDA and Sainsbury’s have been expanding their aisles to shelve more Asian specialties to attract more Asian customers.

Ready-to-eat packs of Kung Pao chicken are among tens of other Asian delicacies they provide.

However, Asian minorities seem to prefer their ethnic supermarkets, which offer them a much more ‘cultural’ shopping experience.

 

 

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