NEW YORK — Federal authorities have brought tax fraud charges against the owners of six gourmet food stores based here, saying the operators of Zeytuna, The Amish Market and Zeytinia Markets failed to report more than $56 million in gross receipts during the years 2004 through 2009. According to an indictment, Adem Arici and Omer Ipek, who together owned a 50% or greater stake in New York City’s Amish Market and Zetuna; Zetinia Fine Food stores in Oakland, N.J.; Atlantic ...
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