A massive supermarket offering global foods is opening in the East Valley on Wednesday.
The AZ International Marketplace is opening in Mesa on the northeast corner of Dobson and Broadway roads, and will offer a variety of foods from around the world, according to The Arizona Republic.
The space also houses retail, hardware and garden products.
The supermarket will hire 80 to 100 people.
AZ International Marketplace cost $10 million to put together and is roughly the size of two football fields.
Globally-focused cuisine is growing in the Valley, including a number of restaurants like Joe’s Midnight Run in uptown Phoenix and The Great Australian Bakery in Old Town Scottsdale.
AZ International Marketplace is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. For more information and to see the list of opening specials, visit the AZ International Marketplace website or call 602-633-6296.