Tropical supermarkets are now available in Palama and San Juan Capistrano, and the Tropicana chain is expanding in the area.
Palamas is the third-largest supermarket in the state, with more than 200 stores and over 500 employees.
The store is located at the corner of San Juan and Santa Maria streets.
The Palamas supermarket is a new addition to the Tropics, which have been open for decades and have an extensive reputation.
Palamas has a reputation for quality food, quality products and friendly employees.
A number of Tropics restaurants and other businesses have opened in the Palamas area, but the supermarket is the largest.
“We are happy to be the new owner of the Tropas, but we will always have a loyal following of loyal customers,” said Maria Caceres, president of the Palmas Farmers Market.
The Tropicas has grown in popularity and is the focus of a major expansion project.
The expansion is expected to create a new 80,000 square-foot supermarket in Palmas.
Caceres said the expansion will bring jobs to the area, which has about 70,000 people.