Winn-Dixie is closing almost 100 stores as part of bankruptcy filing -- see if your store is on the list

  • 94 Winn-Dixie, Harveys, and BI-LO locations are closing in the Southeast as the regional grocery chains' parent company prepares to file for bankruptcy.

  • Southeastern Grocers announced on Thursday it would file for bankruptcy by the end of March.

  • We have the full list of grocery stores that will close.

Almost 100 Winn-Dixie, Harveys, and BI-LO locations are closing in the Southeast as the regional grocery chains' parent company prepares to file for bankruptcy.

On Thursday, Winn-Dixie parent company Southeastern Grocers announced it would "voluntarily implement a court-supervised, prepackaged restructuring agreement." The company plans to file for bankruptcy by the end of March.

As part of the restructuring, the company is closing 94 grocery stores. That represents about 14% of Southeastern Grocers' store count, with 582 locations remaining open.

In addition to Winn-Dixie stores, a number of Harveys and BI-LO locations — which are also owned by Southeastern Grocers — are closing.

Here's the full list of grocery stores that will close:

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