1. Access to a variety of unique ingredients and products not easily found in other supermarkets.
2. Opportunity to serve customers with different cultural backgrounds and food preferences.
3. Potential for higher profits due to the rarity and uniqueness of international foods.
4. Ability to provide customers with a unique shopping experience.
1. High upfront costs associated with importing the necessary ingredients and products from other countries.
2. Risk of product spoilage due to longer transit times for imported goods.
3. Difficulty in procuring consistent supplies of certain products due to availability issues.
4. Potential language and cultural barriers when dealing with international suppliers.
5. Requires knowledge of different food safety regulations for the various countries from which products are sourced.
6. Increased competition from other international food stores in the area.