Feb. 12, 2008 - Riverbank, California, U.S. - Save Mart at The Crossroads Center opens Wednesday,  Feb 13,  2008. (Credit Image: © Debbie Noda/Modesto Bee/ZUMAPRESS.com)Modesto-based Save Mart Supermarkets said Tuesday that it will close two “struggling” stores in the Sacramento zone by March 19.

Save Mart Representative Nannette Miranda said the stores slated for shutdown are at 2735 Marconi Ave. – in the Town and Country Village shopping mall – in Sacramento and at 8839 Greenback Lane in Orangevale.

Miranda said that 50 employers are in each store. “We are working hard to land them positions at different stores,” she said.

Save Mart likewise regulates market marks that incorporate Lucky, FoodMaxx, and S-Mart.

She said the supermarket chain also plans to close an S-Mart store in Stockton, a Save Mart store in San Jose and a Lucky market in Santa Clara before the end of March.

“We looked into our operations, and we felt that some strategic moves were important,” Miranda said in a telephone meeting. “The closed stores have attempted to address the issues of the business sector.”

Save Mart Supermarkets works more than 200 stores in California and Nevada. After the shut down, Save Mart Supermarkets will in any case direct around twelve stores in the Sacramento area.

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