New 99 Ranch Market opens in Rancho

New 99 Ranch Market opens in Rancho

There are 48 comments on the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin story from Nov 15, 2010, titled New 99 Ranch Market opens in Rancho. In it, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports that:

Fish swam in tanks and roasted ducks hung glistening behind glass as Addine Jones and her mother, Jean Fink, peered at the Mexican spices hanging neatly in rows in the newly opened 99 Ranch Market in Rancho Cucamonga.

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Pomexico

Yorba Linda, CA

#1 Nov 16, 2010
99 Ranch Market (a.k.a. Third World Market). Man, ever been in one of these 99 Market stores? You'll get sick just from the smell of the Pine Sol and bleach they use to mop the floors with, as well as the odor of old fish and animal innards that our American markets wouldn't dare sell. Pretty soon we'll probably start seeing whole pig and cow heads hanging over the meat counter on hooks, just like in third world countries.
alta loma mom

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#2 Nov 16, 2010
Yuck!

There goes the neighborhood!

Come on in CRIME!
Just me

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#3 Nov 16, 2010
.... Note to self....
update all of my shots....
Tirosen

Marietta, GA

#4 Nov 16, 2010
Why did it not surprise me with the negative comments?
Third World Market (assuming you mean it is dirty, etc.)??? I walked through this location and it was cleaner than many bland "First World" supermarkets. Granted, it is brand new. But, somehow I expect them to maintain this market well.

Why do I smell narrowed-minded, xenophobic people here? People already jumping to conclusions about crime rising. There have been other 99 Ranch Markets that open in other cities and there were no jump in crime.

We are in the 21st century, but many people have not progressed. If any shot I need is a shot to immune me from narrow-minded, xenophobes.
1Km Sniper

Montgomery, AL

#5 Nov 16, 2010
I too have visit 99 Ranch and found it more appealing than some of the truly 3d world markets, like Albertsons; Vons and all the "southern" shops. If you don't like fish then stay away AND die. Plenty of healthy food and friendly people.
KoHoSo

Kapolei, HI

#6 Nov 16, 2010
Tirosen wrote:
Why do I smell narrowed-minded, xenophobic people here?
Welcome to the Inland Empire! You must be new here.:-D
Scottie

Kapolei, HI

#7 Nov 16, 2010
alta loma mom wrote:
Yuck!
There goes the neighborhood!
Come on in CRIME!
Your a parent and you talk like that. Sad that you are suppose to be an example for someone else. You are so immature. It is people like you why I don't usually go any where near Alta Loma.
HELP

Arcadia, CA

#8 Nov 17, 2010
One is fine but please don't let them take over every vacant building like in the San Gabriel Valley. Not everyone wants to shop at these stores, some of us still appreciate Albertsons, Ralphs, and Trader Joes.
observer

Upland, CA

#9 Nov 17, 2010
Just me wrote:
.... Note to self....
update all of my shots....
Let's see... Crown Royal, check. Jameson's, check.

Welcome to the human race; grow-up.
Pomexico

Yorba Linda, CA

#10 Nov 17, 2010
Tirosen wrote:
Why did it not surprise me with the negative comments?
Third World Market (assuming you mean it is dirty, etc.)??? I walked through this location and it was cleaner than many bland "First World" supermarkets. Granted, it is brand new. But, somehow I expect them to maintain this market well.
Why do I smell narrowed-minded, xenophobic people here? People already jumping to conclusions about crime rising. There have been other 99 Ranch Markets that open in other cities and there were no jump in crime.
We are in the 21st century, but many people have not progressed. If any shot I need is a shot to immune me from narrow-minded, xenophobes.
You must be a liberal Democrat. The market may be clean and odor free now, but give it time. It'll start lloking and smelling like it's name...a "ranch" market.
Pomexico

Yorba Linda, CA

#11 Nov 17, 2010
1Km Sniper wrote:
I too have visit 99 Ranch and found it more appealing than some of the truly 3d world markets, like Albertsons; Vons and all the "southern" shops. If you don't like fish then stay away AND die. Plenty of healthy food and friendly people.
If there are any third world Vons and Albertsons it's because they probably exist in now ghetto cities that once were decent. There's a Ranch Market that I have been to in Pomona and it was nothing but third world paisas ( just off the ranch illegal Mexicans) walking around speaking only Spanish (vulgar at times) with their screaming brats running around the store and or crying, etc. I will take your advise and stay away, since probably eating food from there would cause me to die.
Tirosen

Marietta, GA

#12 Nov 17, 2010
Pomexico wrote:
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If there are any third world Vons and Albertsons it's because they probably exist in now ghetto cities that once were decent. There's a Ranch Market that I have been to in Pomona and it was nothing but third world paisas ( just off the ranch illegal Mexicans) walking around speaking only Spanish (vulgar at times) with their screaming brats running around the store and or crying, etc. I will take your advise and stay away, since probably eating food from there would cause me to die.
Do your research. There is no 99 Ranch Market in Pomona. See: http://www.99ranch.com/store_locator_2.php...

So, are you even sure you are discussing the correct market? That speaks volumes of your credibility of what you think this market will become like. Now, I am beginning to have doubts you have even been to a 99 Ranch Market.
Tirosen

Marietta, GA

#13 Nov 17, 2010
Pomexico wrote:
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You must be a liberal Democrat. The market may be clean and odor free now, but give it time. It'll start lloking and smelling like it's name...a "ranch" market.
Again, see my other post. I have doubts you have actually been to a 99 Ranch Market. What does this have do with my political views? For your information, if it is even relevant, I am a register Republican and have voted Republican even in this most recent election.

Well, I cannot predict the future. I am not qualified,but I guess you are an "expert" in predicting the future of this market.
Tirosen

Marietta, GA

#14 Nov 17, 2010
I will correct myself in my prior statement. But, Pomexico- you are assuming the 99 Ranch Market will be like this so-called "Ranch Market" you've been to in Pomona. 99 Ranch Market has no association with a ranch market in Pomona. The only thing in common is "ranch" in the name.

For others screaming with paranoia, it's just one market in Rancho Cucamonga. Now, you're worried about it taking over Albertson's, Ralph's. Highly doubt that will occur. These markets have different specialities. You don't have to shop there. Nobody is putting a gun to your head. It just offers another option in Rancho Cucamonga.
RaNcH MaRkEt GrOsS

Pasadena, CA

#15 Nov 19, 2010
Well, I hate to see a vacant building. But when I saw the 99 Ranch go in, I threw up. No really I threw up at the door of 99 Ranch Market.
Now lets see, Dollar Tree, Dollar Mart.
Lil Cesars, 99 Ranch and across the street 99 cent store. I think Rancho needs to cut that area out of the city limits and call it Alta Stinko or Alta 99 cents. It is just not like Rancho. But when you have Jackholes like Michaels running the city, watch out. We will turn into another Pomona(gross). Also that entire shopping mall is like a 3rd world country. Illegals and other people who are sucking the USA dry with there anchor babies and more are hanging there. Becareful it is not a good place for real Americans.
P Olsen

Claremont, CA

#16 Nov 19, 2010
RaNcH MaRkEt GrOsS wrote:
Well, I hate to see a vacant building. But when I saw the 99 Ranch go in, I threw up. No really I threw up at the door of 99 Ranch Market.
Now lets see, Dollar Tree, Dollar Mart.
Lil Cesars, 99 Ranch and across the street 99 cent store. I think Rancho needs to cut that area out of the city limits and call it Alta Stinko or Alta 99 cents. It is just not like Rancho. But when you have Jackholes like Michaels running the city, watch out. We will turn into another Pomona(gross). Also that entire shopping mall is like a 3rd world country. Illegals and other people who are sucking the USA dry with there anchor babies and more are hanging there. Becareful it is not a good place for real Americans.
The name "99 Ranch Market" has obvious negative connotations for the average Anglo American but other than the "99" in the name the store has nothing to in common with a 99 cent store. Since you appear to have issues with stores serving a poorer demographic I would think you would be happy Rancho now has two stores serving its large educated and economically thriving Asian community. A community that more closely mirrors traditional American values than many in the Anglo American community today.
Tirosen

Marietta, GA

#17 Nov 19, 2010
RaNcH MaRkEt GrOsS wrote:
Well, I hate to see a vacant building. But when I saw the 99 Ranch go in, I threw up. No really I threw up at the door of 99 Ranch Market.
Now lets see, Dollar Tree, Dollar Mart.
Lil Cesars, 99 Ranch and across the street 99 cent store. I think Rancho needs to cut that area out of the city limits and call it Alta Stinko or Alta 99 cents. It is just not like Rancho. But when you have Jackholes like Michaels running the city, watch out. We will turn into another Pomona(gross). Also that entire shopping mall is like a 3rd world country. Illegals and other people who are sucking the USA dry with there anchor babies and more are hanging there. Becareful it is not a good place for real Americans.
So, what’s a “real American”? I’m against illegal immigration and illegal immigrants taking benefits away from US Citizens. But, how do you know people shopping there are illegal aliens? Is it because they look like they came from a 3rd World Country just based on physical appearance? Even so, does that automatically make them illegal immigrants? Is it because 99 Ranch Market has many Asian customers? I don’t need to repeat P Olsen- he nailed it on the spot. 99 Ranch has nothing to do with the 99 Cents Store or Dollar Tree. The name is actually based on some food fortune in Chinese customs. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/99_Ranch_Market (yah, I know wikipedia is not always the best source).

I think such markets will increase the city’s tax revenues. Again, what’s a “real American”. Can an Asian-American be a “real American”. Can a Latino-American be a “real American”?

America was and is a nation founded by immigrants. Note: I’m personally against illegal immigration. Many immigrants open markets and restaurants that served foods from their countries of origins. That included many immigrants from Europe. Is that any different here, except they came from different continents? I thought, this is a land of the free and free enterprise and choice.

I understand some people's fears of the area going downhill. But, how do they know that is going to happen? Sounds more like senseless paranoia. I've seen other 99 Ranch Markets open up in other areas and cities and the areas has not gone downhill. Crime has not soared. In fact, the community has thrived and benefitted. I can't predict the future, but hope that will be the same case in Rancho Cucamonga.

My parents live in Rancho Cucamonga and are Asian-American. They are US Citizens and law-abiding and shop at 99 Ranch Market in Rancho Cucamonga. Are they sucking away from the US? My parents pay taxes, abide by the rule of law. My father is a retired physician (an educated professional). He’s not an illegal and shops at 99 Ranch. Is he not a “real American”? I personally know others who shop there and they are law-abiding US citizens of Asian descent. Are they not “real Americans”?
no name

Fontana, CA

#18 Nov 19, 2010
Tirosen wrote:
Why did it not surprise me with the negative comments?
Third World Market (assuming you mean it is dirty, etc.)??? I walked through this location and it was cleaner than many bland "First World" supermarkets. Granted, it is brand new. But, somehow I expect them to maintain this market well.
Why do I smell narrowed-minded, xenophobic people here? People already jumping to conclusions about crime rising. There have been other 99 Ranch Markets that open in other cities and there were no jump in crime.
We are in the 21st century, but many people have not progressed. If any shot I need is a shot to immune me from narrow-minded, xenophobes.
we are in te 21st century but this market belongs in the stone age
king xeno

United States

#19 Nov 20, 2010
Careful as you walk in the parking lot...there will be a plethora of throat oysters hacked up and spit upon the asphalt. You want culture rancho?....you get the whole enchilada.
Hoanya

United States

#20 Nov 20, 2010
no name wrote:
<quoted text>we are in te 21st century but this market belongs in the stone age
I think some people's negative thinking belongs in the stone age.

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