Southeastern Grocers

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Southeastern Grocers CEO Anthony Hucker said Tuesday the Jacksonville-based supermarket chain will have remodeled almost 100 stores by year-end and will continue until all are refreshed.

Business Brief: Restaurant Openings; Winn-Dixie Tries To Reinvent Itself

Jun 22, 2018
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Many new restaurants are coming to the First Coast.

That’s as a troubled local grocery chain is trying to reinvent itself.

Jacksonville Daily Record Editor Karen Mathis joined WJCT News Director Jessica Palombo to talk about these food trends in this week’s Business Brief.

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Southeastern Grocers’ Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization plan is a go after a judge approved it Monday.

Southeastern Grocers Says Chapter 11 Plan Unanimously Supported By Creditors

May 10, 2018
Via the Daily Record

With its hearing scheduled for Monday, Southeastern Grocers LLC filed documents Tuesday saying its prepackaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization has unanimous support of voting creditors and should be confirmed.

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The Jacksonville-based parent company behind Winn-Dixie and Harveys may file for bankruptcy as soon as March, according to Bloomberg.

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A large debt load is resulting in a string of news reports speculating about the future of Southeastern Grocers, which is headquartered in Jacksonville and operates Winn-Dixie and Harveys on the First Coast.

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Southeastern Grocers, which is headquartered in Jacksonville, is converting eight more Winn-Dixie stores across Florida to its other brands.