Food stalls, dumpling stands and HMR

Hoffman, Gene
February 1997
Progressive Grocer;Feb97, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p140
Trade Publication
Opinion. Argues that home-meal replacement (HMR) was being practiced by Chinese merchants for 30 centuries. Information on Guilin, China; Fast food restaurants that are pioneers of HMR; What are traditionally prepared as home-meal replacements in China; Information on exotic-food stalls and dumpling stands in Beijing, China.


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