Posted September 08, 2018 09:31:23 The shelves in Houston’s Walmart are empty, but that hasn’t stopped people from taking advantage of the store’s location at the center of Houston’s thriving food movement.
In November, the Walmart chain in Texas, a Houston suburb, was forced to close down for good after a yearlong battle with a slew of local, state and federal governments.
Walmart said the closure, which lasted a month and resulted in a $15 million loss for the company, was part of a nationwide trend of stores closing as part of Walmart’s restructuring plan.
Houstonians had to make do with local stores, which had no access to groceries.
The closure also affected residents in other parts of the city, such as the downtown area and surrounding neighborhoods.
We are trying to do what we can, but it is hard to find the time to shop at Walmart when we are working.
One of the reasons Walmart closed is because they are losing money in the stores they own.
The Houston Walmart was the first major grocery chain to shut down.
After years of battling with the city of Houston over the closure of its stores, the city came to a deal with Walmart last summer, which included a new grocery store in the center.
“We got our act together,” Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said at the time.
That agreement has helped to ease the pain of a city that has been struggling to maintain a robust economy and create jobs in recent years. “
The agreement between Walmart and the city allows us to keep our Walmart stores open and offer some of the same grocery items and services that we have been offering for many years.”
That agreement has helped to ease the pain of a city that has been struggling to maintain a robust economy and create jobs in recent years.
But the agreement also comes at a time when Walmart has begun to feel the impact of a national downturn.
During its first nine months in 2018, the company lost more than $3 billion in revenue and was losing more than 40,000 jobs.
The company is struggling to replace some of those lost jobs, as well as make ends meet on its budget, according to the company’s latest quarterly earnings report.
In Houston, many of those jobs are in retail and restaurants, but Walmart also offers other services like groceries, health care, childcare, and housing.
The city’s economy has grown faster than the nation overall, and many are hoping the company will remain in the city for years to come.
With that in mind, residents are eager to shop again.
I love going to Walmart, because it’s like a local grocery store that is like my local supermarket.
People are going to come here and shop and not go to Walmart.
It’s just not going to happen anymore.
You’re going to see a lot of people going to their local grocery, and you’re going be able to find a lot more products and services than you’re used to.
And we are really glad that they are still open.
Houston is not the only city that is struggling with grocery consolidation.
Other cities like Atlanta and Phoenix are struggling with their own grocery chains closing down and competing for shoppers.
But in Houston and other Houston suburbs, Walmart is the most popular option.
According to the grocery chain’s latest annual report, Walmart’s sales are up 13 percent in Houston over 2017.
Despite the closure in Houston Walmart still has more than 5,000 stores across the country.
Walmart is currently hiring more people than any other retailer, and plans to add more stores as it continues to transform its business.
On the other side of the aisle, the grocery industry has had to fight the same forces.
Last year, Walmart lost more money than any company in the industry.
As a result, the retail industry is facing the biggest recession since the Great Depression, and the grocery sector has seen its share of jobs disappear.
While some grocery stores remain open, others have closed.
A few Houston grocery stores are still opening, and some have even gone out of business.
The Houston area is one of the largest food markets in the country, and has some of America’s best local foods.
This article was produced by The Associated Press, which is part of the nonprofit, nonpartisan AP Media Group.