The Tough Job of Being a Grocery Store Owner

Two small grocery stores in Oswego County are history. Can other mom-and-pop stores be next?
By Dola L. Deloff

    It appears to be a growing trend the closing of independent supermarkets in the midst of strong competition from larger stores and other non-traditional sources. Just over the past few months, Oswego County has lost two grocers that had been a part of thei... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 66

Issue 66
June/July 2003

Cover Story

Profiles

Norm Seiter

My First Job

When Summer Camp with Girl Scouts Means Work

On The Job

What Motivates Your Employees To Do Their Best?

Success Stories

Kinney Drugs

My Turn

Real EState as an Asset:

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

I Can See Clearly Now

Starting Up

Global Search Ends in Oswego. Literally

Economic Trends

EZ Revisions to Help Economic Development

Special Article

Manage Government Like Small Business

Last Page

A Second Chance

Healthcare Briefs