Seasons, the kosher supermarket chain that declared bankruptcy in September, has new owners and is reopening one of its closed locations.
According to a news release sent Thursday, Seasons is under the ownership of the family of businessman Joseph Bistritzky, CEO of the Maramont Corp., a food services company.
While the Upper West Side Seasons will remain closed, the Scarsdale Queens, Clifton and Lakewood locations, along with two others in Lawrence, will reopen.
At the time of the bankruptcy filing, Seasons was more than $40 million in debt.
Read more at Arutz Sheva.