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Martini's grocery store will close in Dundee

DUNDEE--The Martini's grocery store at the four corners in Dundee is closing their business.
Doug Martini, owner of the Shur-Fine market, said he is currently having a closing sale for all items in the store and he expects to be out of the building by the end of December.
Martini said, "It's too bad but we just couldn't compete with the discount grocery stores in the area."
Martini said the building has been put up for sale. An online listing shows the sales price of $699,000 with a total of 14,637 square feet.
Martini purchased the store from Alan and LewAnn Giles in September of 2009.
At that time, the store had been in the Giles family for more than 50 years.
In January 2013, Martini converted the store to a discount grocery operation with the Sav-A-Lot name. Save-A-Lot stores display most of their products in the same cartons used for shipping. Martini said at the time he wanted his prices to be more competitive.
Then in February 2018, Martini converted the grocery store back again to the Shur-Fine brand.
Steve Griffin, chief executive officer of the Finger Lakes Economic Development Council, said, "That retail space in Dundee is important and we will be looking at a number of options to try and help fill that space."

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