Lucky’s Market in Savannah at 5501 Abercorn St., will be closing soon, as part of a corporate restructuring announced this week. The store announced the closure on their Facebook page Tuesday, Jan. 21.

The news comes after The Kroger Co., which had entered into an investment partnership with the Boulder, Colorado-based grocer in 2016, announced plans to divest its interest in the retailer late last year.

Lucky’s confirmed through a series of Tweets on Wednesday, Jan. 22 that they would close all but seven of their 39 locations across 10 states.

We are sad to say the rumors are true. We’re closing many of our stores and couldn’t be more upset to be leaving so many communities who have supported us for years.

— Lucky's Market (@luckysmarket) January 22, 2020

Founded by chefs Bo and Trish Sharon, the first Lucky’s location opened in Boulder in 2003 with a focus on affordable options for everyday foods and specialty choices.

Stores also focused on ready-to-eat meals, made from scratch daily in the store, along with a large selection of in-house cured and smoked meats, fresh seafood, sushi and fresh-baked bread and desserts.

The Savannah location opened in October 2015 and is the only location in Georgia. The store has already begun store-wide discounts with an anticipated closing date set for Feb. 12, or until everything is sold.