Genoa feels loss from grocery store closures
GENOA – Running the Taqueria Bravo has become more difficult for Javier Puga Paz in the past week.
Paz, who helps run the Genoa restaurant with his family, no longer can walk next door to Genoa Produce Carniceria, or drive less than a mile to Browns’ County Market, to pick up ingredients and supplies. Both stores closed within days of each other, leaving the Genoa-Kingston area without a grocery store.
Browns’, which closed Thursday, and Genoa Produce Carniceria, 530 E. Main St., which closed Monday, have left Paz and his family no choice but to drive to Belvidere to pick up what they need for the restaurant.
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