New 99 Ranch Market opens in Rancho

There are 8 comments on the Nov 15, 2010, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin story 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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uncle fester

Lake Havasu City, AZ

#41 Dec 24, 2010
hey there if you don't like people's "negative" opinion's,which often parallel reality,jet on over to the politically correct hamby pamby land politically correct censored opinion section of db.
Suk Mhi Dike

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#42 Dec 28, 2010
Ranch 99 Market sucks. I went in to buy some stuff and the smell was so bad I thought I was in a third world country or even worse MEXICO. That place needs to be shut down. I noticed 30 health code violations in the 5 minutes I was in there. My God, those on here that love that place must love the smell of warm zhit when they eat from 99.
Rancho Gross Idiot

Atlanta, GA

#43 Jun 14, 2011
RaNcH MaRkEt GrOsS wrote:
<quoted text>You must be a raciest. First thing out of your suck was about real Americans. No one was talking about real Americans Archie Bunker. We were takling about how nasty this area has become and when Ranch 99 was crapped in this corner, it even made it worse. So get off your high horse and you and you doctor dad need to go clean up that sh1t hole corner. GROSS!!!!
That "real American" comment was in response to some prior post making that comment about "real Americans". Please learn read through comments before making rash comments. The comment was to counter racist comments and racist ideas that Asians can't be real Americans. I just love how people jump to conclusions just because a market is Asian that the neighborhood will go down right away. But, I guess there is no sense to reason with an irrational fool like you. Go ahead, make another irrational comment. Why should I respond to a neophyte? Until you state something intelligent, why should I or others bother to respond. If anything is gross is people who make rash comments.
I'm game

Los Angeles, CA

#44 Jun 19, 2011
WOW wrote:
Don't step on the diapers in the parking lot!

Let's start taking bets on how long it will stay
open..........
I bet you $1,000.00 cash this supermarket will thrive. Can you buy fresh fish from tanks at Stater Bros?
I'm game

Los Angeles, CA

#45 Jun 19, 2011
Peter wrote:
Wow! The negativity expressed here is quite disturbing. I've been a homeowner in Rancho/Alta Loma for the past 25 years and I guess I've been living under a rock, because I have never met type of folks in Rancho who would express the sort of outrage shown here. Where is this anger coming from?

I was absolutely jazzed to hear 99 Ranch was opening in the old Alberstons building (which was the Ole's Home Improvement center before that). Now I don't have to drive to Rowland Heights or Chino Hills to get quality and diverse asian foods.

The parking lot is now full of cars and my guess is that the surrounding businesses are also generating more revenue. In this time of economic struggles, generating revenues in Rancho should be viewed as a good thing.

Btw ... I'm an old white guy, die-hard conservative, served in the military and a business owner in Rancho. People, let's keep our eye on the ball here ... this is bringing jobs and revenue to Rancho.
Thank you. I agree. Some people are just ignorant enough to not want a change of pace. They should go live in Kentucky or Alabama. Haha jk
I'm game

Los Angeles, CA

#46 Jun 19, 2011
RaNcH MaRkEt GrOsS wrote:
I agree with Lloyd, lets move 99 rancho stinko store to the Upland Wal fart parking lot. That fits into the Upland landscape. You go Lloyd Sum.
Then open your own supermarket you can be proud of genius! Stop complaining and make a difference. Not business savvy enough?
kissmy

Chino Hills, CA

#47 Jun 20, 2011
Pomexico wrote:
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.
3rd world country? You're another case of ignorance! FYI- europe brought all the diseases to the western world! Quik to eat our foods -when ur asses ur drunk -huh! must suck eating hoggies all-day! Lame ass!
July 4th

Houston, TX

#49 Jul 4, 2011
"was absolutely jazzed to hear 99 Ranch was opening in the old Alberstons building (which was the Ole's Home Improvement center before that). Now I don't have to drive to Rowland Heights or Chino Hills to get quality and diverse asian foods"

Just check the mercury level in your blood every 6 months and you should be just fine.

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