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Fresh & Easy Closing? Well, Forget All That

The Tesco-owned market is mass-emailing a change of heart.

Remember when Fresh & Easy markets said they were giving up the food fight? Remember when they said they were selling or closing their stores? Remember when the San Diego attorney general found their pricing a bit troubling?

Well, forget all that.

The management of the Tesco-owned stores has mass-emailed the following:

Thank you for being a Friend of Fresh & Easy. We wanted to reach out to you to address numerous news and online reports about the future of our stores. 

Our parent company Tesco is conducting a strategic review of Fresh & Easy - they're looking at all options to find the best outcome for the neighborhood market that you - and we - have come to love. While we don't know exactly what that outcome will be, or if Tesco will continue to own the company, we're confident that Fresh & Easy can continue to be your favorite market.

We want to assure you: we don't have plans to close stores. We're still committed to providing delicious, wholesome and affordable food every day. We're still Fresh & Easy; open for business with everything that you enjoy about our store, with even more exciting things to come. That's why we're going to keep on fighting the good food fight.

Now, more than ever, we appreciate your energy in our stores and being able to share a smile with you. We look forward to seeing you soon and thank you for your continued support.

The Fresh & Easy Team

Culver City's closest Fresh & Easy store is located at 18th Street and La Cienega Blvd.

What do you think of this possible reprieve for Fresh & Easy? Tell us in the commentsion section, below.

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William Eichenberger February 05, 2013 at 09:27 PM
That's great news, I love this place!
Tony Wilson February 05, 2013 at 11:26 PM
"We're confident that Fresh & Easy 'can' continue to be your favorite market." That doesn't mean anything. They just don't want all customers to jump ship. I hope they stick around, especially because they anchor strip malls in some dodgy areas and the vacancies would be devastating to local neighborhoods.

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