How a Chinese company invented a new way to buy food in the US

China has built its first-ever supermarket that can buy and sell directly from the internet, the country’s largest supermarket operator said.

The Safeway supermarket in Los Angeles is the first to be built by a Chinese manufacturer, China’s state-owned news agency Xinhua said on Monday.

It follows a similar project by a company called Huayu Food Co. that opened an online grocery store in Los Santos, California, in 2016.

Huayu, owned by a group of Chinese investors, said it would open its first store in the United States in 2020.

The Chinese supermarket has a 50 percent discount for orders over $50, with delivery available for free.

The company said it will also open its own store in Beijing and a branch in Hong Kong later this year.

Chinese state media reported that the Safeway was built in partnership with a company named Lianyun Group.

Lianyin Group, which is owned by the state-backed China Construction Bank, is a conglomerate of construction firms, state-run media said.

A Safeway is expected to be the largest single-brand supermarket in the world, according to Bloomberg.

5 Things You Should Know About Sabor Tropical’s Bestway Walmart

When you’re shopping at Bestway supermarkets, you’re almost guaranteed to see a variety of fruits and vegetables.

In fact, they’re so good that you’ll want to order them before heading to the checkout counter.

The store has over 100,000 varieties, but the ones we sampled were all worth the trip.

Here’s what you should know about the store.