MARION, Ill. -- Customers know what to expect when they shop at any of the nine Borowiak's IGA supermarkets in southern Illinois -- clean stores, friendly service and meat departments that are second to none in the area, according to Trevor Borowiak, who bought his first store in 1991 after growing up working in his father's supermarket, another meat-oriented operation. "Our forte is probably our meat departments," he said. "If we have a claim to fame, that would be it." He said the stores ...
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