groceries

Brett Hood seeks direction on where a grocery bag is going.
Luverne firefighters volunteered to deliver groceries in the community on March 18 to residents who weren't venturing out from home due to social distancing precautions.  Firefighters picked up groceries that residents had ordered at Sunshine Foods and made stops at the Blue Mound Tower, Centennial...
Wyatt Sprecher (right) and Billy DeBates unload a van full of food donations in the alley behind the United Methodist Church, which houses the food shelf.
Sunshine Foods delivered 100 cases of food valued at roughly $1,000 to the Rock County Emergency Food Shelf last week at the close of the local grocery store’s holiday food pantry promotion. Pictured are (from left) Steve Barjenbruch, Sunshine manager Jason Oye and food shelf volunteer John Oksness...
Glen Gust said the saying, “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life” sums up the past 40 years. “It’s been so dang much fun, even though it’s not an easy business,” he said.
Glen Gust’s grocery career began when he was a child. “I started delivering bread with the bread man when I was 7, and I delivered milk with the milk man when I was 12,” Gust recalled. “I made $4 a week — $1 per day — in the summers.” As a high school student in Canby he worked for the local...
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