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Meat Cutters At The New A & P Supermarket, May 1959

Meat Cutters At The New A & P Supermarket, May 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1959
Caption
MEAT CUTTING OPERATION: Workers are shown readying meat cuts for tomorrow's opening within a refrigerated production line setup that helps assure freshness. The cuts are placed in 72 feet of refrigerated display cases.

Automatic Scale At New A & P Supermarket, May 1959

Automatic Scale At New A & P Supermarket, May 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1959
Caption
WEIGHS, PRICES MEAT: This automatic scale weighs and prices meat and other items before they are sent on to the automatic packaging machine. The labor-saving devices are among many new marketing equipment items in the store. It has air conditioning, express checkout stands, automatic doors and fluorescent lighting.

Automatic Packaging Machine At New A & P Supermarket, May 1959

Automatic Packaging Machine At New A & P Supermarket, May 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1959
Caption
FOR AUTOMATIC PACKAGING: This automatic packaging machine wraps meat cuts quickly. Under a new marketing procedure, meat items are weighed, packaged, labeled and priced in full view of customers. A & P is planning a special program of awards for about a month to celebrate the opening of the new Ann Arbor store.

Conveyor Belt In Basement Of New A & P Supermarket, May 1959

Conveyor Belt In Basement Of New A & P Supermarket, May 1959	 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1959
Caption
CONVEYOR VALUABLE AID: The conveyor in the store's basement receives food items for storage and marketing later, simplifying and speeding the food handling procedure.

Refrigerated Cases In The New A & P Supermarket, May 1959

Refrigerated Cases In The New A & P Supermarket, May 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1959
Caption
REFRIGERATED CASE: The modern refrigerated case for ice cream makes selection easy in the new store. The store has a tiled floor and wide aisles.

Liquor & Snails Display At Big Ten Party Store, November 1955

Liquor & Snails Display At Big Ten Party Store, November 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 5, 1955
Caption
NO PUPPY DOG TAILS: But nearly everything else in the way of exotic foods is available in Ann Arbor. Snails, it seems, come unshelled in cans, and have to be put back and then baked with garlic and other seasonings, but many of the rare foods such as fried Mexican worms and fried grasshoppers may be eaten right from the container, usually crumbled and served as hors d'oeuvres.

Meat Counter & Grocery Display At Big Ten Party Store, November 1955

Meat Counter & Grocery Display At Big Ten Party Store, November 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 5, 1955
Caption
FOR PARTY OR GIFT: If it's a thank-you gift you're seeking, or a Christmas present for someone who "has everything" these boxes of imported foods are made to order. The foods contained in the boxes are also nice to have on hand for a party, for who can resist scotch smoked kippered herring or English toffee or plum pudding?