After a major chain's unexpected shutdown this month, New Yorkers in numerous counties have one fewer pizza option.
Local media claims that Pizza Hut has closed at least seven shops in Herkimer, Fulton, and Montgomery counties in the past two weeks.
The corporation stated that it was closing the restaurants but did not explain why.
"While we can confirm these particular locations have closed, the Pizza Hut brand is experiencing growth, including in New York,
and remains committed to providing outstanding service and products to our valued customers across the country," the statement stated.
Cobleskill: 109 Barnerville Road Johnstown Mall, Route 30A Herkimer: 306 W Albany Monticello: 352 E Broadway Amsterdam: 4822 Route 30 Gloversville: 195 2nd Ave. Ballston Spa: 2103 Doubleday Avenue
Pizza Hut does not mention these locations. Google searches revealed that Amsterdam, Cobleskill, Ballston Spa,
and Monticello are "permanently closed." The Amsterdam Pizza Hut's door had a "Closed 4 Good" sign, The Daily Gazette reported.
Pizza Hut isn't the only major food chain to unexpectedly close operations. Lidl closed 11 sites in the Carolinas, Virginia, New Jersey
The company told Winsight Grocery Business they made the "strategic decision" to remove numerous underperforming stores