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Stewart's Market serves local grocery needs


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Stewart's employees Dan Bateman and Craig Jamison.

Stewart's Market located in Castle Dale serves the grocery needs of Emery County with big town selection and small town appeal. They are open Monday-Saturday from 8 a.m.- 9 p.m. each day. Stewart's has been in their location in Castle Dale for the past 19 years. The store was formerly known as Farmer Jack's years ago. The store owners are Mark and Percy Stewart of Roosevelt. They also have a store in Roosevelt called Stewart's also.

The store manager for Castle Dale is Wayne Huntington. Wayne is proud of his employees and the job they do to keep the store running smoothly and supplying the grocery needs of area residents.

Stewart's boasts a full service bakery and deli. They cut meat fresh every day in their meat department and the ground beef is ground fresh and lean each day. The produce is the freshest around anywhere and the selection is very complete.

Stewart's Market employs 45 people in Castle Dale and offers employment to area teenagers to get some job experience. Stewart's offers catering for events and will supply doughnuts for your early morning meetings. Give Stewart's a chance to be your favorite store.


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