Posted Jun 03, 2014By Stephanie Zollshan | Berkshire Eagle Staff
Wild Oats Market in Williamstown is the first grocery store in the area to adopt a ‘suspended grocery’ system, allowing shoopers to purchase groceries in advance that will be given to those in need. Eligible items include broccoli, frozen berries, rolled oats, a cup of home-made soup, a dozen eggs, and a container of yogurt. Tuesday, June 3, 2014.
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Wild Oats Market in Williamstown is the first grocery store in the area to adopt a 'suspended grocery' system, allo
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