Courier Post
News on 01 Sep 2016 | By KIM MULFORD • Courier-Post Staff
Martin Giunta doesn't need to showcase his immaculate sausage-making facility just off the highway, penned in by the fields and woods of East Greenwich.
The Philadelphia Inquirer
News on 19 Oct 2016 | By Columnist Rick Nichols
By Martin Giunta's calculus, there were 40 retail butcher shops lining Ninth Street's market back in the day, two belonging to his grandfathers - A. "Tony" Bonuomo, at 910 (where his name is still set in tile in the sidewalk); and Joseph L. Giunta, at 927, where the massive butcher block, meat saws, and showcases could be seen inside long after he locked the doors.