Less than a year after Amazon bought Whole Foods, shaking food retailers to their core, the so-called “grocery wars” have racked up their first two casualties: Tops Markets and Southeastern Grocers.

March 22, 2018 Published by CP Voice

Tops, a 56-year-old chain with 169 stores in New York, Pennsylvania and Vermont, filed for bankruptcy late last month following years of mounting debt. Southeastern, which owns more than 600 Winn-Dixie, Harvey’s and BI-LO stores across seven states in the Southeast, announced a refinancing agreement on March 15 and says it will file for bankruptcy by April.

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