Super One closing one store, remodeling another

DULUTH, MN — Miner’s Incorporated has announced the closure of its Super One Foods grocery store in Escanaba.

The store will close in early May. Super One Foods has been in Escanaba for 28 years.

Around 75 employees will be laid off. Employees displaced by the store’s closure will be offered jobs at other Super One locations where possible.

Those who cannot find work will be provided with job placement assistance.

Miner’s Inc. also announced its Super One Foods grocery store in Marquette is undergoing a remodel. The remodel project will feature 52,000 square feet of new store fixtures, food cases, hot food cases, lighting and decor.

An expanded signature deli, fresh salad bar and enhanced liquor department will be among the major changes to the store.

“Miner’s remodeling of our Marquette Super One store demonstrates our commitment to our customers in Marquette that we always strive to provide the best shopping experience possible,” said Pat Miner, Store Division Supervisor at Miner’s Incorporated. “Our updated and renovated store will certainly give us the opportunity to better serve our customers.”

Miner’s Inc. owns and operates 38 retail grocery stores in three states.