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Lionette's Market sold

Posted by Devra First  January 19, 2010 01:07 PM

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Picking up the mantle of local, sustainable food are new owner Don Otto, a Roxbury native, and his family. In early February, the name will change to Don Otto's Natural & Organic Market. According to former owner James Lionette, the staff will remain, aside from him.

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Brothers Robert (left) and James Lionette in the store when it opened in 2003. (Globe Staff Photo/Jonathan Wiggs)

Don Otto's website states the new market will be similar but not identical to Lionette's. Changes in the works: a sandwich menu and a bigger selection of cheese.
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