After bankruptcy, Seasons kosher supermarket reopens in Scarsdale

TRD New York /
Mar.March 07, 2019 03:14 PM

Seasons, a Flushing-based chain of kosher groceries that filed for Chapter 11 protection in September, has reopened its doors in Scarsdale, the Westchester County Business Journal reported. Seasons emerged from bankruptcy proceedings last month when it was purchased for an undisclosed sum by the family of Joseph Bistritzky, CEO of Brooklyn-based food service firm Maramont Corporation. In Scarsdale, LoHud reported that Seasons held a soft opening on Feb. 12 for its approximately 12,000-square-foot store at the Golden Horseshoe Shopping Center at 1088 Wilmot Road with plans for a grand reopening on March 3. The outlet noted that the new Seasons is located just a few doors down from its previous corner location at the complex in space vacated a few years ago by Gristedes[WBJ]


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