Today’s Press Herald includes an article about the nearly 50-year old Harbor Fish Market,
Nick Alfiero, one of the three brothers who own Portland’s Harbor Fish Market, says that whenever anybody talks about their 47-year-old family business these days, they always throw out the word “iconic.”
How does that make him feel? Good, right?
“Old,” he said with a wry smile. “Old, to tell you the truth.”
and an article about the Portland Co-op’s plans to open a grocery store.
By early 2015, the Portland Food Co-op intends to open a grocery store in downtown Portland, a district dominated by Whole Foods, Hannaford and Trader Joe’s. The business plan calls for a much smaller store than the ones operated by the large chains, but with a full offering of organic and natural groceries, including beer, wine and prepared foods. The store will emphasize locally grown and produced food.