The parent company of Waldbaum's, an anchor in many Long Island towns for decades, Monday that six of the supermarket's locations on the island will close over the next few months.
The stores, described as "underperforming" by parent company A&P, to shut down are located in West Babylon, Commack, Rockville Centre, East Islip, Huntington Station and Lake Ronkonkoma.
The news shakes up the ultra-competitive supermarket landscape in the region as shoppers continue the perpetual hunt for the best prices on their groceries.
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