Shoppers won't have to fish around in their wallets for another card while checking out at a local grocery store, just so they can save 20 cents on lunch meat or a box of cereal.
Supermarket operator Jewel-Osco plans to close its Michigan city store in early October and shed 121 workers, according to a notice filed with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
Jewel-Osco plans to shed 56 store directors in an effort to reduce costs.
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