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What’s your favorite grocery store that no longer exists?

Renata Sago Apr 26, 2019
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Did you have a favorite grocery store that’s now long gone? Maybe it was Handy Andy, if you live in Texas. Or, Hinky Dinky, if you’re from Nebraska or Iowa. For many Chicagoans, it was Moo & Oink.

Marketplace reporter Renata Sago is exploring this topic and needs your help.

Share a memory about your favorite bygone grocery store. What did you love—and now miss—about it?

What made it unique or exciting compared to other grocery stores?

Send your comments below, and Sago or one of our producers might be in touch.






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