Uncle Giuseppe’s set to take over closed grocery space in North Babylon

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Jun.June 02, 2020 12:13 PM
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Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace plans to take over the roughly 39,000-square-foot space in North Babylon that local grocery fixture King Kullen left in September, according to Newsday. It would be the seventh Long Island location for Uncle Giuseppe’s, a Farmingdale-based grocer founded in 1998. Uncle Giuseppe’s announced Monday that the store could open next spring or summer. King Kullen closed the North Babylon space about nine months after announcing that Massachusetts-based chain Stop & Shop was buying the company, although that sale hasn’t been finalized. The North Babylon market had been open since 1979. [Newsday]


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