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April 23, 1993 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-23

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If Peter Piper had
shopped at Oak, Farms,
he could have picked
more than a peck of
pickled peppers.

When it comes to fresh fruits and vegetables, you'll always get more for
your money at Oak Farms Markets. That's because at Oak Farms, we buy
our produce directly from the farmers and pass the savings on to you. So
whether you're picking peppers, peaches, potatoes or peas, shop at Oak --2-=
Farms Markets. You'll always get the freshest produce at the lowest pos-
sible prices. And that's something even Peter Piper can't afford to pass up.

23101 Coolidge Hwy.
Oak Park • 546-4355
(Coolidge at 9 Mile)

OAK FARMSC2

Fruit And Vegetable Markets

31550 Grand River
Farmington • 471-3210
(Grand River at Orchard Lake)

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