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2 Oakland, 2 San Francisco cafes affected by decision to refocus on imported goods.

The 98-year-old AG Ferrari company will close its four remaining Bay Area delis - including two in Oakland - on May 1 and refocus the business on its packaged line of imported Italian products, company officials announced Tuesday. Ferrari, which once owned as many as 13 deli/import shops, is down to four locations, including a Montclair Village cafe that's been open for more than 30 years and a Piedmont Avenue shop in Oakland.

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