Harrisburg-based grocery story Provisions is set to close this Friday after two years of operation at Strawberry Square.
A grocer focused on selling natural and local foods in bulk, Provisions announced late last week that it would be closing the business on Jan. 31.
“We’d like to thank all of our patrons, vendors, staff, family and friends who’ve supported us on this wild ride of small business ownership the last two years,” the company wrote in the announcement on its website. “While saying goodbye is never easy, we can end this journey being proud of the grit and drive of the fellow small businesses we aimed to feature every day.”
Since co-owners Adam Porter and Shaun Donovan opened the business in late 2017, Provisions has offered products such as whole grain breads, local produce and meats from local farms such as Warrington Farm Meats in Dillsburg, York County.
“The rapidly evolving landscape of retail, especially for food, makes your consistent, impassioned support of your favorite local small businesses absolutely critical,” the company wrote. “We cannot thank you enough for your love of the fresh, local, healthy food we sought to bring to a city we adore.”