Jewel, the nation’s largest Hispanic grocery store chains, announced Tuesday it will close its stores by 2019, and will not reopen until it is fully revitalized.

The chain, which has over 800 stores, has a diverse collection of groceries and products including frozen and dried goods, groceries, health and beauty products, and groceries.

Jewel said in a statement that the closures will allow it to focus on its core business, including providing the products, service, and products to the community.

Jewel’s parent company, Jewel Health Products, said the company has been working on the plan for several months and hopes to re-open by the end of 2019.

The company said the closures are the result of its ongoing efforts to focus its business on providing its customers with quality products and services.

Jewel, which is part of the grocery chain chain’s chain, has been in bankruptcy court for more than two years and has struggled to generate revenue, and it has struggled for a long time to retain its core customers.

Jewel Health products is a subsidiary of Jewel Corp., the largest Hispanic grocer in the United States, which was founded in 1875.

Jewel has more than 1,200 stores in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.

Jewel also has grocery delivery services, such as grocery delivery service Express, which it launched in October, and a health and wellness center, which will operate in the company’s new downtown San Francisco headquarters.

Jewel stores in New York and Los Angeles have been closed since June 2018, but Jewel Health is expected to open stores in 2019, the company said in July.

Jewel was one of the first chain companies to open a store in the South Bronx in 2010, and the chain has since expanded into areas such as Long Island, Brooklyn, and Staten Island.

Jewel will have roughly 6,000 employees in the new San Francisco office.

Jewel did not provide a timeframe for the closures.

Jewel had been working with the state Department of Health to reopen its stores, but that effort stalled because the department has yet to agree to a comprehensive plan to help revitalize Jewel’s stores, Jewel said.

“The state has agreed to meet with Jewel to develop a plan, but has not provided us with any detailed timelines, and we are not confident that Jewel will be able to make any significant progress,” the company added.

Jewel in its statement said the new plan would be based on the company “working with local stakeholders to identify and prioritize strategic opportunities, which may include retail, wholesale, delivery and retail services.”

Jewel’s decision to close stores is the latest in a string of closures that has occurred in recent years for the chain.

In October 2018, the Los Angeles Times reported that a $1.5 billion acquisition by a Chinese company had closed Jewel’s doors for good.

Jewel and its parent company had announced plans to close about 800 stores in California by 2020, but a state plan for the closure of Jewel stores was approved by the state in October 2020.

Jewel closed stores in January 2019 in Connecticut and Indiana, and has closed stores and other businesses in Ohio and Maryland.

Jewel announced in January 2018 that it would close all its stores in Indiana, as the state’s legislature is considering legislation that would ban stores from opening on public holidays.

Jewel is also a leader in the fight against the Zika virus, which recently has forced it to close its doors.