Aldi grocery store opening soon in Arroyo Grande
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Grocer Haggen looks to close all 20 stores in Tri-Counties
Haggen announced on Sept. 24 that it asked a Delaware bankruptcy court for permission to close its grocery stores in the Tri-Counties, along with the entire Pacific Southwest. The massive grocery chain, with roots in Bellingham, Wash., plans to close 100 stores, including all 20 in the tri-county region, to refocus on its core locations in Washington Read More →
High-end grocers consider leasing downtown Santa Barbara space
Several high-end specialty grocers are interested in a 3-acre lot in downtown Santa Barbara. The space at 301 E. Yanonali St., where StoneYard Building Materials currently operates, is available for lease, Pamela Scott told the Business Times. Scott is an agent at the Santa Barbara-based commercial real estate company Lee & Associates. The proposed project Read More →