Mary MuellerNov 28, 2016, 1:58 pmNov 28, 2016, 6:04 pm

2 Westchester Mrs. Green's markets shut down

Financial crisis at company known for their organic and locally grown produce

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Mrs. Green's markets are a popular favorite for locally grown food in Westchester County, but two locations have closed, one in Tarrytown and another in Rye. The company that owns the grocer is reportedly facing a financial crisis.

A spokesperson for the chain said it provided impacted managers and associates with severance packages and transition services.

Mrs. Green's markets are known for their locally grown and organic fruits and vegetables.

Those living in Tarrytown are disappointed it's closed.

Aside from the two locations in Westchester, a store in Manhattan and two in Connecticut are also closed.

The closures occurred after the announcement that the company's CEO was stepping down about two weeks ago.

Now there are still several other locations in and around Westchester that will remain open.
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