ORLANDO, Fla. — Lucky’s Market announced last month that it would close all of its Florida grocery stores. 🛒
So you might be wondering which grocer hopes to move into your nearest Lucky's Market. We break it down for you below:
West Melbourne and Lake Mary
Southeastern Grocers, which owns Winn-Dixie and Harveys Supermarket, has signed asset purchase agreements for the Melbourne store and for the Lake Mary store, which had not yet been opened.
Seabra Foods, which specializes in products from Portugal, Brazil and Spain, has signed an asset purchase agreement for the Hunters Creek store. The company already owns a Seabra's Market on International Drive in Orlando.
Vineland and Colonial Landing
Aldi has signed asset purchase agreements for the Vineland and Colonial Landing stores.
Clermont, South Downtown and Ormond Beach
Publix, which also owns GreenWise Market, has signed asset purchase agreements for the Clermont, South Downtown and Ormond Beach stores.
Winter Park, UCF and Apopka
Lucky’s Market has not said if asset purchase agreements have been signed for its stores near Winter Park, the University of Central Florida or the one that had not yet opened in Apopka.
The company said the agreements are subject to court approval and an overbidding process.
Each store will close Feb. 12 or once everything is sold. Meanwhile, everything in the store is 75% off.
Store hours have been reduced to 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Specialty grocery store Earth Fare said Monday that it will close all of its stores nationwide, including four Central Florida stores. Click here to learn more about that or watch below:
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