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    ‘Peach Market’ hopes to address Jackson’s ‘food desert’ downtown, owner says

    JACKSON, MI — It’s taken nearly six years of research, grant proposals and renovations, but Andrew Kokas hopes to finally open an urban grocery store in downtown Jackson this year, addressing a “food desert” at the center of the city. “Peach Market,” a 7,000-square-foot grocery with fresh produce, a coffee and liquor bar, deli, prepared foods and more intends to open at the end of spring 2021, said Kokas, who owns and is developing the former Evanoff’s Food and Cocktails building with his wife, Yizhuo “Olivia” Liang. The market specifically aims to bring healthy whole food and produce to the  

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