It's an interesting place, too, carrying foodstuffs from many nations to appeal to the immigrant population. The shoppers are mostly foreign, many are in their native garb, and you hear different languages as you walk around the store.
You also get to see the behaviors of the different cultures. The men are very rude, women are invisible to them, they will barge in front of you and block you while they pick out produce. Women are not deserving of consideration to them. There is never an "excuse me," or "I'm sorry." The women's faces are serious, they are closed and never smile, nor do they acknowledge you. Once a woman fell and lay moaning on the floor, everyone walked around her like she wasn't there. An American woman knelt to help her, and I ran for the manager to call 911. They don't get involved. Perhaps it's because they come from where life is cheap. Or maybe others don't matter, only their own.
Anyway, today they charged me for 3 particular items when I only bought 2. I brought it to the cashier's attention, she said it could have been that she rang the wrong key, and nothing further. But I only have two bunches of spinach, I said, and you charged me for three. Well, she said again, it might have been a wrong ring. I told her she needed to reimburse me, even if it was a wrong ring I had paid for something I didn't get. She didn't seem to get the idea, so I asked to see the manager.
She led me to a fellow a couple of checkstands away, grabbing his hand to get his attention, and telling him what happened. As I stood quietly behind her, the customer checking out, a Middle Easterner, told me in no uncertain terms that I had some nerve intruding on her transaction. I said I didn't intrude on her transaction. It was the cashier who approached the manager, not I. I was just standing behind her. She said something else, and I raised my voice and said to her "DO YOU UNDERSTAND?" She got quiet, never expecting such a response. I couldn't believe my response, either. Maybe I shouldn't go to international market anymore.