• Berkshire Pork Chops

    100% Natural Berkshire Pork

    Pork is the most versatile meat of all. Every cut from bacon and pork belly to spare ribs and pork chops is used in a wide variety of dishes. The rich, full flavor of pork can pairs well with savory, sweet or spicy sauces. Certain cuts of pork can be quite lean as well. A 3-ounce serving of pork tenderloin contains less than 3 grams of fat – about the same as a 3-ounce serving of skinless chicken breast.

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  • Beets


    Beets get their bright purple color from betalains, which studies show can ward off degenerative diseases like cancer. These colorful roots can help bolster the immune system, provide fiber for digestive health and supply folic acid, which can prevent gray hair and strengthen neural tubes. Naturally sweet, beets can be eaten baked, boiled, steamed or raw.

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  • Beltfish


    The buttery, delicate flavor of the cutlass fish truly shines in simple dishes, without the need for heavy sauces or spices. With an abundance of essential amino acids, this eel-like fish helps promote healthy development in children. A versatile fish choice, cutlass fish is great roasted, salted, pan-fried, pickled or baked.

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  • Blueberries


    Delightfully sweet with just a hint of sour, blueberries have amazing health benefits that earn them the title of “superfruit.” Rich in antioxidants, blueberries have been shown in studies to lower LDL cholesterol (“bad” cholesterol), inhibit cancer cell growth and lower blood pressure. Blueberries are also good for the brain, helping to fight depression and memory loss.

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  • Broccoli


    Raw, boiled or steamed, broccoli adds a fresh, crisp crunch to any dish. Rich in fiber, vitamin C and folates (which can reduce the risk of stroke, cancer and heart diseases), Broccoli is among the healthiest vegetables in the cruciferous family. Broccoli pairs well with savory flavors, garlic or lemon zest

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    A low-fat, low-calorie fish with a mild taste, cod takes on the flavoring of whatever sauce or dish it is prepared with. This white fish is packed with omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins A, B and D, as well as calcium and iron. Cod has a meaty texture and very few bones.

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  • Ginger


    The spicy tang of the ginger root combined with its powerful health benefits has made ginger a staple ingredient in many dishes. Ginger has been used to cure every ailment from an upset stomach to inflammation. From pickled ginger to candied ginger to powder ginger as a cooking ingredient, this zesty spice truly does it all.

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  • Halal Meat

    Halal Meat

    If your family requires halal beef or chicken, Lotte Plaza Market has a wide selection of premium cuts of meat that meets and exceeds the halal guidelines for preparation. Our halal meat is free of pork or alcohol ingredients, and prepared and certified as halal.

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    Hot Pot & Shabu-Shabu Meat

    When cooking meats in the shabu-shabu or hot pot style, the quality of the meat will truly shine through. Fine cuts of premium beef, pork and lamb will make your hot pot or shabu-shabu meal a delicious experience. For the moist, delectable taste that defines shabu-shabu or hot pot meat, the meat must cook very quickly, and therefore must be sliced extremely thin.

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  • Kale


    Packed with protein, calcium, fiber and iron, Kale is the top leafy green when it comes to health benefits. Kale can be prepared any way you can imagine – raw, stewed, boiled, steamed or even dried and served as chips. Vitamins A and C are abundant in Kale, as are cancer-fighting isothiocyanates, flavonoids and omega-3s.

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  • Mackerel Fish


    Mackerel has a distinct flavor profile and a tender texture that melts in your mouth. Brimming with healthy fish oils, mackerel has powerful brain-boosting nutrients that can help with memory and learning. Its potent flavor pairs well with strong sauces and marinades. More so than other fish varieties, mackerel should always be served at its freshest.

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    Marinated Meats

    From beef short ribs cut LA style to boneless chicken thigh, pre-marinated meats make for fast, easy, delicious meals. Short ribs can be LA style, cut across the bone in thin strips, or thicker cuts of boneless beef short ribs. Tender cuts of pork CT butt or rich, buttery pork belly can be marinated in a variety of sauces.

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  • Premium Raw Japanese Kobe Beef on Plate

    Premium Kobe, Wagyu & Angus Beef

    From thinly-sliced bulgogi to tender short ribs, nothing compares to the taste of a juicy cut of beef. Kobe beef, raised in Japan’s Hyogo Prefecture, is known for a rich flavor, tenderness and marbled texture. While premium cuts like Angus or Wagyu beef are renowned for their taste, even simple, lean ground beef can be the centerpiece of a superb meal.

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  • Atlantic Salmon


    Salmon’s thick, meaty consistency make it perfect for grilling. Its rich flavor profile matches well with everything from sweet brown sugar flavors to savory garlic and soy sauces. Loaded with omega-3s and vitamin B, salmon also provides serious amounts of protein – 17 grams in just a 3 ounce serving.

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  • Raw Shrimp


    One of the most popular types of seafood in America, shrimp are prepared in every way possible. Grilled, fried, boiled, steamed, or broiled, shrimp can do it all. Shrimp are low in fat but high in protein and a host of healthy nutrients. Shrimp come in a several varieties, including brown shrimp, pink shrimp, tiger shrimp, white shrimp, rock shrimp and freshwater shrimp.

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  • Spinach


    Spinach is loaded with healthy nutrients, from folic acid to omega-3s. With 12% of the daily recommended calcium requirement in just a single cup of spinach, this green can help strengthen bones and prevent bone loss. Spinach is also an excellent source of iron, with nearly the same amount per serving as ground beef.

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  • Strawberries


    A single cup of strawberries provides more than 90 milligrams of vitamin C, the recommended daily requirement, which promotes eye health. As delicious as they are vibrant, strawberries are perfect for adding a splash of red color to liven up a dish. Strawberries also contain healthy doses of fiber and manganese.

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  • Watermelon


    A refreshing summer treat, watermelon is loaded with vitamins and minerals. With only 48 calories per cup, watermelon provides serious nutrition and flavor, without overdoing it on sugar. Vitamins A, B and C, as well as potassium and the amino acid citrulline are found in abundance in watermelon.

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5821 Riverdale Rd. Riverdale, MD 20737
Phone: 301-699-7508