Shoppers in Baker City complain about pitfalls of monopolies created by company that over expanded.
BY JACOB PALMER | DIGITAL NEWS EDITOR
Shoppers in Baker City complain about pitfalls of monopolies created by company that over expanded and was forced to shut its doors.
One shopper said she has to travel up to two hours to buy organic products.
“There are shortages of things because it is one store,” shopper Nathan Rayl said. “A lot of the sale items because there’s only one store go quick when everybody pours into one area.”
Rayl said that never happened when the 16,000 people of Baker County had at least two supermarkets.
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