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Schnucks Puts Products on Sale to Clear Shelves

The Kroger Co.’s purchase of nine grocery stores and eight fuel center locations from Schnucks Markets Inc. will have a secondary effect for Mid-South shoppers: discounted products.

“Right now, we’re selling down inventory in all stores,” Lori Willis, director of communications for Schnucks, said to the Memphis Business Journal. “There are some clearance sales that are being put into place so that we can sell down the product that is inside the stores.”

One thing is for certain: when the deals will end.

Schnucks has control over its grocery stores until Sept. 10 at 6 p.m. It relinquishes control over its fuel centers on Sept. 9 at 8 p.m.

After that, the Schnucks properties will be turned over to Kroger or closed.

“This is a last opportunity to provide some savings for our customers and to say good-bye to some of the customers who have been loyal to us over the years,” Willis told the Journal.

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