By Barb McKay
A longtime downtown Kincardine grocery store is closing its doors.
A spokesperson from Sobeys
“Sadly, I can confirm that the Kincardine Foodland is closing, due to a number of business reasons,” said Sarah Stover of Sobeys
“We will work with the employees to see if there are other opportunities in the community or with any of our Sobeys chains,” she said.
Stover said Sobeys
“We’ve been proud to serve the Kincardine community at that store and we thank everyone for their patronage,” Stover said.
The grocery store was first owned by Ike Forbes, then by Bob Krupp, then Bill Cameron, before becoming a corporately-owned store a number of years ago.