Farmer Jack decides to close 13 stores

Jan. 7, 2004
Farmer Jack Food Market will close 13 southeast Michigan area stores by mid-February as part of the companyÕs continuing efforts to restore profitability.
Farmer Jack Food Market will close 13 southeast Michigan area stores by mid-February as part of the companyÕs continuing efforts to restore profitability.

Certain employees at the 13 stores will have the option to transfer to another Farmer Jack store or accept a voluntarily severance agreement. Farmer Jack will also work with state and local agencies on job placement and training programs for any displaced employees.

Detroit MI-based Farmer Jack has 106 locations in southeast Michigan. It is an operating unit of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company (A&P), headquartered in Montvale NJ.

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