Walmart Planning Store Closures In April
The recent trend of grocery stores closing down doesn't seem to be slowing down, and even the biggest stores in the U.S. are still closing stores.
Walmart closed six stores across the country in February and the first half of March because they didn't make enough money to meet financial goals.
Last month, the company told Nexstar that by the end of March, it would close its only two stores in Portland, Oregon.
Two more stores in the grocery chain will close next month, making the list of stores that have closed even longer.
Walmart has confirmed that the Honolulu, Hawaii, store at 1032 Fort Street Mall and the Brooklyn Center,
Minnesota, store at 1200 Shingle Creek Crossing will both close for good on April 21.
Several things, like how well the store has done financially in the past and how well it is doing now, go into the decision to close a store,
but these stores didn't do as well as Walmart had hoped. The staff at the pharmacies in the stores that are closing are working
to get prescriptions to other places before the stores close on April 21. As for the people who work at these stores, they will all be able to move to another nearby Walmart
Walmart isn't the only big store that will be closing some of its stores in 2023. Sprouts, a chain of organic grocery stores.
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