Chinese grocery stores have become some of the most popular retail locations in the world, but it’s the owners who are the ones who really benefit from the lucrative deals.

The big chains like Sainsbury’s, Co-op, and Walmart are in the business to sell their goods and have to compete with each other to grab the most lucrative deals, but the franchisees are also competing for shoppers with huge marketing campaigns that drive them to the front of the line.

Here are some of their top tricks: How big is the franchise?

Chinese supermarkets are known for their huge store fronts and long queues, but some of them have even bigger than that.

As of last year, there were over 8,500 franchisees in China, according to the National Business Review, a website that tracks the retail sector.

This means there are at least 700 million people in the country who are at the mercy of the grocery store owners.

They’re also the ones with the biggest budgets to pay for all those marketing campaigns.

The biggest franchised supermarkets are owned by companies like JD.com, China’s largest e-commerce company, and Shanghai-based JD.net.

For instance, JD.cn has around 100 million online shoppers and is also the biggest player in China’s online grocery store market, according a 2014 report by The Wall Street Journal.

But there are also some smaller chains that are owned and operated by smaller companies.

These smaller chains have smaller storefronts, so they’re not as big as JD.CN and JD.org.

For example, Shanghai-headquartered Shanghai Lending Club has just two stores, one in Shanghai and one in Chengdu, and has around 4,500 customers.

They have a very small customer base, but they have also managed to rake in huge profits by selling everything from groceries to cosmetics to electronics to travel goods to toys.

The other big supermarket chain in China is JD.gg, a division of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.

JD.g is the largest online grocery retailer in the United States and has nearly 4.8 million customers.

JD has its own mobile app, but its main business is selling digital goods, including digital cameras, cameras, and printers.

There are also other e-shop operators, such as JD Digital.

JD sells about 4 million digital cameras a year to businesses across the world.

There’s a lot of competition in China for the big online grocery stores.

But the competition for these smaller stores is also fierce.

Some of them are owned primarily by local entrepreneurs.

Other Chinese supermarkets may be owned by multinationals, but that’s not a problem for the franchise owners.

What do you need?

Most Chinese supermarkets require at least one payment of 50 yuan ($7.60) per item.

This is the same amount you would need to pay in the U.S. to purchase an average cup of coffee.

Most grocery stores also require a minimum order of 10 yuan ($1.50) per order, according the Wall Street Times.

This comes to around $2 per bag of groceries.

But if you’re ordering a sandwich or a hot meal for a family of four, you might want to pay less.

In fact, a lot more people in China use smartphones for shopping.

The number of smartphone users has more than doubled in the past five years, according data from China’s National Bureau of Statistics.

The rise in smartphone usage is largely due to China’s strict regulations on cellphone use, and the increase in usage has pushed up the cost of goods sold.

A lot of the new products available in Chinese supermarkets have been developed with a smartphone in mind.

Here’s how it works: A customer enters the store.

If the store is not open, the customer goes to the back.

The customer is then asked to fill out a form with his or her name, address, date of birth, and mobile number.

This form is then scanned by a third-party service provider, and a digital photo of the customer is sent to the store’s e-bay or Alibaba.com store.

Then, the store automatically sends the scanned photo to the customer’s mobile phone.

The user then can browse the store online and pick a product based on what he or she wants.

This process is repeated until all items have been scanned and the price has been paid.

How much do you pay for each item?

The cost of an average bag of rice can run from about $1.20 to $4.20, depending on how much is ordered.

In other words, a basic bag of beans costs around $1, and an average meal can cost between $3.50 and $5.50.

How do you charge for everything?

Most grocery store chains charge customers a monthly service fee, usually about 15 percent.

The fee usually comes from the price of food and drinks, and then the sales tax is charged by the government.

The prices vary widely depending on which store you go to