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Employees of the Storrs Street Market Basket react to a honking car in front of the store Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Store assistant manager Robin Jarvis, in sunglasses and tie joined the group as he supports the bringing back Arthur T. Demoulas as C.E.O of the embattled company. "The right thing to do is to bring back Artie T." Jarvis said before going back to work.

Asked if was worried about getting fired over his action, he said he feels he is next to go anyway and, " I would rather see me go rather than any of my employees."

(GEOFF FORESTER Monitor staff)

Concord Market Basket employees encourage customer boycott

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Donna Maddox-Barnard offered to bring cold water to the young men picketing outside the Market Basket on Fort Eddy Road in Concord yesterday, but they said no. They pointed to a cooler. They had been outside holding signs since the store opened at 7 a.m., and they planned to be there until closing at 9 p.m., they said. “You gotta … 4

Market Basket employees fighting for ousted CEO

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Market Basket employees across New England will be trying to run their grocery stores as usual today, after a second rally was held yesterday at a Tewskbury, Mass., location, near the company’s headquarters. But they still won’t be getting deliveries from the company’s main warehouse, said one Concord manager. Robin Jarvis, a manager … 7

Local Market Baskets still missing deliveries, customers express support for employees

Monday, July 21, 2014

Market Baskets in and around Concord continue to report missed deliveries and depleted stock as a result of company-wide turmoil following the May firing of former CEO Arthur T. Demoulas. Managers said produce, meat and dairy stock was most affected by the missed deliveries, and at the Storrs Street location in Concord, the … 4

Market Basket deliveries missed at Concord locations

Friday, July 18, 2014

At least five managers from the Market Basket on Storrs Street attended a rally at the company’s headquarters in Massachusetts yesterday to show support for ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas and rebellion against his replacements. The store did … 0

Market Basket corporate employees threaten walkout

Thursday, July 17, 2014

One year ago today, Market Basket employees gathered at the company’s Massachusetts headquarters. Then-CEO Arthur T. Demoulas’s position was in jeopardy, and they wanted to show their support. Today, a group of employees from the grocery chain’s headquarters … 25

New restaurant will replace Blaser’s Fireside Tavern in Hopkinton this fall

Sunday, July 13, 2014

A new restaurant is coming to Hopkinton. Resident Amy Lanman plans to open up Number 5 Tavern this fall in the Main Street building previously occupied by Blaser’s Fireside Tavern. She bought the property, which has an assessed value of $301,100, in earlier this month. And last week, … 2

Suspected mad cow disease found in Romanian beef

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Officials say they have found a case of suspected mad cow disease in Romanian beef. Romania’s animal health and safety authority said a preliminary test on May 1 indicated the cow was infected with bovine spongiform encephalopathy. It said the carcass has been sent to a British laboratory … 0

Rhubarb and chutney, made for each other

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Ask a dozen people about rhubarb, and some will tell you stories of a childhood summer day spent dipping it into cups of sugar. The rest will give you a baffled look and ask, “Rhubarb?” The vegetable with … 2

Get ‘Grilled’

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

All eyes are on the giardiniera. After making the cut and practicing with likely ingredients, after surviving two quick rounds in which Cracker Jack, Vienna Beef franks, smoked cheese, deep-dish pizza dough and kielbasa had to be charred … 0

Farm vendor finds avenues beyond farmers market to sell products

Saturday, July 5, 2014

With 40 vendors and a variety of locally made products for sale, the Concord Summer Farmers Market attracts a crowd to Capitol Street every Saturday morning. Customers can seek out their favorite stands week after week, but the system can be a bit more complicated for the farmers … 1

Gluten-free Living: The true taste of summer: s’mores

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Warm weather means barbecues, icy drinks and fresh produce galore, but, to me, the real flavor of summer involves melted chocolate and gooey, mildly charred marshmallows. The challenge with gluten-free s’mores, though, is finding a decent graham cracker. … 0

Woman sues, saying chia powder caused salmonella

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

A Colorado woman has filed suit against Navitas Naturals of California, saying she contracted salmonella from the company’s chia powder. Carolyn Marie Shirley of Fort Collins filed the lawsuit last week in federal court in Denver. The suit says Shirley was diagnosed with salmonella after getting sick in … 0

Contaminated parmesan cheese seized in Italy

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Italian police have seized 2,400 wheels of contaminated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and detained four people in the latest safety problem afflicting some of Italy’s most prized foods. The cheese was contaminated with aflatoxin, a highly-carcinogenic toxin that can be found in corn used to feed animals, Italian news agency … 0