Foodies, we found a brand new place for you to shop for your grocery needs! Prangin Mall Penang has recently opened up a new grocery store, Prangin Grocer at the sub-basement of Lot 33. We heard they’ve just opened their doors last week, so pay them a visit and stock up your home goods from them now!
The New Prangin Grocer Has Much To Offer:
Be it the fancy groceries with imported goods, or the all-local-products stores, we bet everyone has their go-to place to shop for their daily needs. Rejoice as there’s a new addition to the grocery family in Penang. Prangin Grocer has officially opened its doors on the 17th of August 2021.
Unlike other grocery stores in Penang, we like to think of Prangin Grocer as the Asian Market. Not only do they have a huge range of local products, but they also have quite an impressive isle of Chinese imported goods. Here, you’ll find an array of authentic Chinese seasonings, snacks, produce, and more.
Prangin Grocer also brings you the convenience of a one-stop-shop-all with an affordable price tag. Besides daily necessities and household products, they too have plenty of fresh vegetables and meat options. It’s the COVID season, we don’t want to be wandering around multiple places. Shop for your meat supplies, be it fresh or frozen.
Foodies, save this down and share this new grocery spot with your friends. We’re by no means encouraging anyone to flood Prangin Grocer, we’re just here to deliver the news of a new opening. So shop at your own safety and always abide by the SOP.
Address: 33-SB-01 Atrium B, Prangin Mall, Jalan Dr. Lim Chwee Leong, 10100 George Town, Penang.
Operating Hour: 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m. (MCO hours)
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