Superfresh Parent Company Wants To Sell 22 Maryland Stores

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The company that owns the Superfresh grocery store chain hopes to sell most of its stores in Maryland.

Twenty-two locations will be put up for sale as part of a bankruptcy restructuring plan.

During the process, the stores will remain open and operate normally.

Whether any unsold Superfresh stores in Maryland would close is unknown. The company declined to speculate on possible scenarios if not all the stores are sold.

The company says two stores in Ocean City are not up for sale.

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  1. Tim says:

    I don’t know how closing stores is a new strategy. They have slowly been closing up all their stores since 2000.

  2. De says:

    This is terrible. I love the store Superfresh, and I rely on it for great food, produce and more. I don’t know how long I’ve been shopping at Superfresh. The one in my area is closing. I wish the best of luck to all the people who work there and to Superfresh.

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