PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — More than 50 members of a community organization in North Philadelphia turned out to protest a grocery store, Wednesday.

Members of the Richard Allen New Generation (RANG) protested the Polo Grocery and Food Market on North 10th Street.

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They have an array of concerns — including unsanitary conditions and the poor treatment of customers.

“We’re not trying to shut them down out of business because this is a new owner,” said Edna Devlin with RANG. “Because every time we turn around they got a new owner in our community.”

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They also say that the store is gouging for soda in the aftermath of the city’s drink tax and that the store is not giving correct change.

“We got a nice business, nice and clean, the right prices,” said store owner Luis Gomez.

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Those protesting and the owner of the store did exchange information in hopes of meeting at a later date.