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Grocery stores in Fairfield County

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“Our favorite for breakfast, lunch or to go orders. Great Coffee's, A favorite and so conveniently close!”
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Fruit & Vegetable Store
“This place is very close by and serves sandwiches, soups, light beverages, good bread, coffee, and various other gourmet-market-wannabe stuff. ”
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“Good for breakfast sandwiches, lunch and dinner Great pizza. Take out. Will deliver. Five minutes away, at the corner of Fairfield Beach Road and Reef Road.”
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“hot bar is open until 10 for late arrivals looking for healthier dinner options”
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“This grocery store is large and has everything you could ever want, organic and paleo sections as well as a huge selection of conventional. It is about 5 minutes driving distance away.”
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Farm
“Pawling Farmer's Market Charles Coleman Blvd Downtown Pawling Saturday's 9:00 - 1:00 p.m. Fresh, organic, local grown produce”
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“THE store for organic groceries & health products. As the saying goes, "You get what you pay for."”
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“We're lucky to have a Trader Joe's, and we do most of our shopping there. Note: CT Trader Joe's do not sell wine, only beer!”
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“Closest large organic & gourmet super market. National chain store so pretty much has everything. This place is equi-distant from the rental as Stop and Shop and Shop Rite supermarkets. ”
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American Restaurant
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“Great place for a lunch on the run. Sandwiches are filled with goodness, and hot prepared foods are made daily on premises. Owned and operated by a brother & sister team.”
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“John Boy, the owner, grew up in the area and gave up a Wall St career to become a farmer. This is his retail space. He sells breakfast, lunch and dinner items, you can eat in or take out. His prices may be shocking to some but his ingredients are the real deal and he feeds his animals only non-gmo feed. He sells local baked sourdough bread and scones, and local organic eggs and even duck eggs. ”
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