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Hard-working Waltham grocer serves world of clients

Cruz to be honored at Latino festival

Angel Cruz (left) chats with a customer at his Waltham market as part of a typical work day that can stretch past 15 hours (but just 12 on Sundays). Angel Cruz (left) chats with a customer at his Waltham market as part of a typical work day that can stretch past 15 hours (but just 12 on Sundays). (Photos By Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Megan McKee
Globe Correspondent / July 25, 2010

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Though he credits his deep faith in God as a main ingredient of his success, Angel Cruz doesn’t gloss over the decades of work and long hours he’s put in to make his market in south Waltham a go-to spot for the area’s Latinos, Ugandans, Haitians, and Jamaicans. (Full article: 942 words)

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