Fair and Square Supermarket originall...

Fair and Square Supermarket originally was Penn Fruit

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Penn Fruit Company

Easthampton, MA

#1 Sep 29, 2013
9th & Trainer store CLOSED in
September 1975, when Penn Fruit Company filed bankruptcy, because it was illegally targeted for extinction by Acme Markets, which practiced preditory pricing practices.
Well duhh

Media, PA

#2 Oct 14, 2013
IMHO The store SUCKS!! Prices are way to high, Even higher then many of the "Corner Bodaga's" For me i'll continue to ride the 113 out to Save-A-Lot where the prices are more within my budget,lol
mike

Brookhaven, PA

#3 Oct 22, 2013
Well duhh wrote:
IMHO The store SUCKS!! Prices are way to high, Even higher then many of the "Corner Bodaga's" For me i'll continue to ride the 113 out to Save-A-Lot where the prices are more within my budget,lol
Well duh is right about the prices. theres alot of good deals on meats,but everything else is way overpriced.Mostly IGA brand.
Alot of things are half price or less at the dollar store about 50 feet away!! Go figure.

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