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  • Harbor Greens finds niche in crowded grocery marketplace

    Co-owners Chad Roy and Scott Teodoro feel their Gig Harbor and University Place stores can compete with big-box grocers by providing higher-quality fresh produce, meat and seafood in a more intimate setting.

Harbor Greens finds niche in crowded grocery marketplace

Co-owners Chad Roy and Scott Teodoro feel their Gig Harbor and University Place stores can compete with big-box grocers by providing higher-quality fresh produce, meat and seafood in a more intimate setting.
Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com