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    Grocers & Supermarkets in Middle Village

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    Business Listing   7-Eleven Food Stores - Middle Village, NY - Phone: (718) 565-5078

    Business Listing   C-Town - Middle Village, NY - Phone: (718) 894-0044

    Business Listing   Fresh Pond 24 HRS Mini Mart - Middle Village, NY - Phone: (718) 381-5327

    Business Listing   Jorge Deli Grocery - Middle Village, NY - Phone: (718) 381-9042

    Business Listing   Met Food - Middle Village, NY - Phone: (718) 426-0271

    Business Listing   Middle Village Grocery Store - Middle Village, NY - Phone: (718) 326-1761

    Business Listing   Village Barn Dairy - Middle Village, NY - Phone: (718) 894-6150

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    Helpful Definition for: Grocers & Supermarkets

    Grocers in Middle Village are the owners of grocery stores that retail food, stocks different kinds of foods from various places & cultures & sell those to the customers. Large grocery stores that stock clothing or household products instead of food, are called Supermarkets.

    In order to compete with large supermarkets, the grocers in Middle Village create a niche market by selling unique, premium quality, or ethnic foods that are not easily found in supermarkets.

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