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Boone’s Market in Randall open and ready to welcome community

Monday, November 04, 2019

After being hungry for a grocery story for more than a year, Randall residents and those passing through, can have their fill. Adam Boone opened Boone’s Market in Randall, Friday, Oct. 25.

In July, Boone purchased Gosch’s, the town’s grocery and meat market that had been a staple in town since 1902. It had been closed for more than a year.

After a few months of challenges, Boone’s Market is finally open for business.

The store has been cleaned from top to bottom and Boone has put his branding everywhere — on the walls, carts and aisle signs. His parents and siblings helped with all of the work — the cleaning and the decorating.

He’s organized the store to make it easy to shop — need fixings for a salad? The dressing is next to the salad vegetables. The milk and eggs are where they’ve always been and Boone’s Meat Market will be headed by a veteran — Sarah Knoblach who has experience from Ernie’s in Staples and the Foley Meat Locker. She will be aided by Foster Felker.

Knoblach can’t wait until she has the meat cases full — including a variety of marinated meats — and the best of the best beef will go into her burger.

“It’s a work in progress,” she said.

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