BALTIMORE - Funeral services were held here last week for Ben Schuster, the last surviving co-founder of Food-A-Rama Super Markets, which once challenged Giant Food for market supremacy here. Schuster, 85, died June 4 following a lengthy illness. At its peak, Food-A-Rama operated 48 stores, with locations here and in Washington, D.C. The chain was sold in early 1985 to one of its wholesale suppliers, Harrisburg, Pa.-based Super Rite Foods (subsequently acquired by Richfood and later by ...
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