A market as in the good old days

Fresh Pond Market
February 28th, 2017 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA) – Fresh Pond Market is a 95-year old supermarket located 360 Huron Avenue. Marc Najarian, 70, is the owner. He runs the supermarket with his brother, Crosby, 66, and has 10 employees. Sheila Butler is a long time customer. By Chloe Hecketsweiler.
Fresh Pond Market
February 28th, 2017 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA) – Fresh Pond Market is a 95-year old supermarket located 360 Huron Avenue. Marc Najarian, 70, is the owner. He runs the supermarket with his brother, Crosby, 66, and has 10 employees. Marc is showing Vanessa Febbo, a regular client, a 2-dollar bill. Every client will receive one for his birthday. By Chloe Hecketsweiler.
Fresh Pond Market
February 28th, 2017 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA) – Fresh Pond Market is a 95-year old supermarket located 360 Huron Avenue. Marc Najarian, 70, is the owner. He runs the supermarket with his brother, Crosby, 66, and has 10 employees. Lilli Thoresen take the groceries in a Traders Joe bag. “We will pay the extra amount of money just for the local feel”, says her mother Traci. By Chloe Hecketsweiler.
Fresh Pond Market
February 28th, 2017 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA) – Fresh Pond Market is a 95-year old supermarket located 360 Huron Avenue. Marc Najarian, 70, is the owner. He runs the supermarket with his brother, Crosby, 66, and has 10 employees. Crosby is one of the two butchers and helps manage the store. His birthday is February 28th. By Chloe Hecketsweiler.
Fresh Pond Market
February 28th, 2017 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA) – Fresh Pond Market is a 95-year old supermarket located 360 Huron Avenue. Marc Najarian, 70, is the owner. He runs the supermarket with his brother, Crosby, 66, and has 10 employees. Marc shows Greer Simpkins, a customer and friend, pictures of his grandchildren. “I love shopping here. You see familiar faces, they remember you. There is a real sense of community”, says Greer Simpkins .The office, on the second floor, has not changed since the opening of the store. Through the window, Marc can watch the store. By Chloe Hecketsweiler.

 

 

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