Anderson's Carriage Food House
Anderson's Carriage Food House was a seafood and butchery market that stocked locally sourced foods. It is a family-run operation and was founded in 1929.  It went out of business in 2014.  Owner Ted Anderson continued to sell seafood at pop-up markets throughout the area. 
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