Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Gourmet Industry not seeing economic woes, Port Jefferson Stop & Shop to close Friday, Wednesday news...

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The Gourmet Industry
not seeing economic woes...

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The Port Jefferson Station Stop & Shop, longtime anchor store at the Port Plaza, closed its doors for the last time Friday at 4 pm. In its place, an Uncle Giuseppe's Marketplace is expected to open by the beginning of next year, according to a press release from Edens & Avant, which owns the 20-store shopping center.

The controversial new grocery store in Manhattan originally called Trader John's will be rechristened Grocer John's, according to terms of a settlement between its owner, Gristedes Foods, and Trader Joe's, the nearby specialty store that sued it for trademark infringement.
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The call for President Obama to influence Americans' food choices is growing louder.
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