Bed Bath & Beyond announced another round of store closures affecting 30 states.
California will lose the most with eight stores, Florida will lose six and Michigan will lose five.
Buybuy Baby stores and Harmon, both owned by the retailer, were also included on the list.
Bed Bath & Beyond announced Tuesday that it will shutter hundreds of stores amid talks of filing for bankruptcy protection.
The retailer — which also operates buybuy Baby stores and Harmon — will close 62 Bed Bath & Beyonds in addition to the
56 stores announced in September, bringing to total of store closings to 120.
buybuy Baby and two Harmon stores were also named on the company’s list and liquidation sales are underway.
The most recent announcement impacts 30 states.
The company said it was on track to cut $500 million in costs in its third-quarter fiscal report, which revealed a net sales decline of 33% to $1.26 billion over the prior year on $393 million in losses.
The decline in net sales versus last year was driven by “lower customer traffic and reduced levels of inventory availability, among other factors,” the company said in a public
notice of late filing last week to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.