Even the biggest US retailers are losing locations as food store closures continue. Walmart closed six shops in February and March
due to financial issues. Last month, the firm told Nexstar it will close its only two Portland, Oregon, locations by March.
The grocery company will shutdown two more outlets next month. Walmart's Honolulu, Hawaii, 1032 Fort Street Mall and Brooklyn Center,
Walmart closed these sites due to poor financial performance. Before the pharmacies close on April 21,
workers are helping transfer medications. All employees at those stores can transfer to another neighboring Walmart.
We appreciate our customers at these places. In an official statement, Walmart North and East communications manager Robert Arrieta said
Walmart closed the Minnesota and Hawaii stores after forecasting weaker-than-expected same-store sales growth for the year. Last month,
Walmart Chief Financial Officer John David Rainey told CNBC that buyers are still cutting down on spending as grocery costs rise
Not only Walmart is closing stores in 2023. Sprouts, an organic grocery chain, stated earlier this month that it will close 11 shops in the first half