You can shop for the best Chinese food in the US, but you might need to spend a little more time there.
As of the end of January, the USDA’s website had listed only six Asian markets and one farmers market as a certified Chinese market.
“The Asian market market has a number of certification requirements, but in most cases you can find most items for sale in these markets at lower prices,” says Michael Wong, an associate professor at the University of Washington and a former director of the Center for International Studies at the College of William and Mary.
Wong says the certification system is a good step in the right direction, but it needs to be more stringent.
“If we were to get a certification in each of these markets, it would take us back a few years to see what the Chinese market is really like,” he says.
For the first time, the Asian market was listed in the USDA website as a “certified Chinese market,” but the USDA says it doesn’t count it as one.
The USDA did confirm to The Next Web that the Asian Market is listed as a Certified Chinese Market, but said it will no longer be adding it to the list of certified markets.
If you’re looking for the most Chinese food at home, Wong says, you might want to look elsewhere.
Some states, including Hawaii, have their own versions of the Chinese marketplace, which is more expensive.
Hawaii has its own certified Chinese marketplace as well, but Wong says the state doesn’t currently have a dedicated system for certifying these markets.
“In Hawaii, you can’t go to a certified market without a Chinese license,” he explains.
So if you’re interested in learning more about Chinese food, you should check out the USDA-approved Asian markets.
The USDA says the market in your area is also a good option if you want to find authentic, authentic Chinese food.
There are a few other places in the country that are certified, though.
Korat Market in the Netherlands, which sells the freshest produce from the Chinese countryside, is one of the largest certified markets in the world.
Other certified markets include the Guangzhou Market in China, where fresh produce and organic produce are sold, and the Sichuan Market in Sichu, which offers a variety of food from traditional Chinese and Korean produce.