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Godiva Closes, Sells U.S. Stores

Godiva is the latest venerable retailer to say goodbye to brick-and-mortar locations, closing or selling 128 locations in North America by the end of March. The brand will continue to sell its products in the U.S. through grocery, specialty stores, department stores and other outlets as well as online. The company, which currently has more than 600 locations worldwide, said it will still “maintain retail operations across Europe, Middle East and Greater China in formats that reflect the unique cultural preferences of those markets.”

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