UTICA, N.Y. — Chanatry’s Hometown Market has just celebrated 100 years in business, and its owner gives much credit for such longevity to the company’s service meat department. The family-owned company started out here with a small shop featuring local produce and, later, service meat. After relocating and expanding a few times, the company has tripled the size of its meat department since 1987. Now, it features a 60-foot run of service case, staffed from 7 in the ...

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