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Eating locally | Fresh peaches

Keeping Georgia off your mind

Ken Nicewicz handles his peaches with care at the farmers' market in Brookline. His family farm grows 15 varieties of peaches and many other fruits. Ken Nicewicz handles his peaches with care at the farmers' market in Brookline. His family farm grows 15 varieties of peaches and many other fruits. (BARRY CHIN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Diana Burrell
Globe Correspondent / August 22, 2007

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"You bring me good luck," Ken Nicewicz calls out from underneath a canvas awning that shades his produce from the blistering sun at the farmers' market here. He cheerfully fields questions and banters with customers while peeling change off a thick wad of bills. (Full article: 725 words)

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