New Grocery Store Suddenly Closes in Mississauga
Some shoppers were surprised to find out that a newly rebranded supermarket is about to close down.
In the summer of 2017, word spread that a very popular (and very long-standing) grocery store was about to be rebranded.
Last August, Starsky, the brand best known for its popular Eastern European grocery stores, assumed smaller grocer Michael-Angelo’s assets. That meant that the larger company took over the two locations once run by the Michael-Angelo’s brand, including the Erin Mills Parkway store Mississauga.
But while the absorption went into effect on Sept. 1—at which point the store became known as the Four Seasons Marketplace—it looks like, less than a year later, the store is closing down.
Or at least getting a brand new look and feel in the future.
According to the store's website, the supermarket is closing for renovations.
It's currently hosting a liquidation sale, so shoppers can get 30 per cent off of everything in the store, with the exception of alcohol.
It's unclear if the store is getting a simple makeover, or is about to be rebranded.
More details to follow.
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