UPDATE: Groceries are still on sale through Saturday. They're at 75-percent off of their regular prices now, but pickings are very slim. The store will auction off its equipment and appliances at the property itself on Tuesday morning at 9:30. (The Redbox machine has been removed.)
The grocery store, which has been owned by Kenneth Krall for the past four-and-a-half years and located at the Curry Hollow Shopping Center for the past 28, is selling the remainder of its merchandise at a 40-percent discount until, essentially, the store runs out of stuff (exceptions to discount: milk and tobacco).
When the groceries are gone, even the shelves and light fixtures will be sold, an employee said on Friday.
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