Aso Rock Market Houston LLC
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Aso Rock Market is a multi-retail store franchise that is focused on providing authentic African food products and produce to customers in the United States. With over 5000 produce products and 70 employees, the company has served over 300,000 customers at its four locations. Aso Rock Market's core values include preserving and disseminating the unique cultural richness of African cuisine, and its vision is to become a global leader in the African food and produce industry. The company's mission is to introduce the rest of the world to the diversity, wealth, and beauty of African cuisine and culture, and to become the leading supplier of high-quality African goods.
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