Knob Hill Farms : News Photo

Knob Hill Farms

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TORONTO, ON: Feb 14, 1977 photo by Ron Bull -- On the waterfront, merchant Steve Stavro, owner of Knob Hill Farms, serves up produce for long-time customers Charlotte and James Robinson.August 26, 1975 photo by frank Lennon -- Surrounded by cashier trainees, Steve Stavro looks over his newest food store atLansdowne and Dundas.Feb. 10, 1977 photo by Ron Bull -- from the rail-car right into the store is one of the merchandising techniques Steve Stavro, owner of Knob Hill Farms, uses to buck big food chains. He shows customers Charlotte and James Robinson P.E.I. potatoes that are to be unloaded at hisnew Cherry St. store.May 14, 1986 Michael Stuparyk photos (2) showing Knob Hill farms new 240, 000 square feet store at weston Rd. and highway 410. (Frank Lennon/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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TORONTO, ON: Feb 14, 1977 photo by Ron Bull -- On the waterfront, merchant Steve Stavro, owner of Knob Hill Farms, serves up produce for long-time customers Charlotte and James Robinson.August 26, 1975 photo by frank Lennon -- Surrounded by cashier trainees, Steve Stavro looks over his newest food store atLansdowne and Dundas.Feb. 10, 1977 photo by Ron Bull -- from the rail-car right into the store is one of the merchandising techniques Steve Stavro, owner of Knob Hill Farms, uses to buck big food chains. He shows customers Charlotte and James Robinson P.E.I. potatoes that are to be unloaded at hisnew Cherry St. store.May 14, 1986 Michael Stuparyk photos (2) showing Knob Hill farms new 240, 000 square feet store at weston Rd. and highway 410. (Frank Lennon/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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