A day in the life of Bert’s Market


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A day in the life of Bert’s Market (TEST)

Dustin Waters

The days at Bert’s Market start a lot earlier than the casual customer might think. From the time the last of the late-night crowd clears out, the third-shift get to work prepping for the morning. It starts with baking biscuits for the breakfast menu and brewing fresh coffee, which is free by the way, all […]

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