Pro's Ranch Opens Its Seventh Valley Market

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Attention, shoppers. 

If you've ever visited a Pro's Ranch Market before, then you'll understand why it's good news that a seventh Valley location just opened its doors, at 3415 W. Glendale Ave. The more, the merrier, I say.

This particular location will be quite a boost to its neighborhood, as California-based company Pro's Ranch, which caters to a Hispanic clientele, took over a long-vacant former Abco supermarket. 

Now, it's 61,000 square feet of freshly made tortillas, mountains of produce, extensive meat and seafood departments, and just an all-around upbeat shopping experience. The food court at Pro's Ranch stores is always a lively place to hang out and enjoy a hot torta or combination plate (seriously, it feels like you stumbled into a party). I usually like to grab an agua fresca to sip on as I push my shopping cart from aisle to aisle. 

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