A Randalls grocery store in Cypress will shutter this summer. The store at 12312 Barker Cypress Road will close by June 30, a customer service representative and spokesperson confirmed. About 60 people are employed at the location, the company’s human resource department is working on transferring affected employees to other stores. "Despite our best efforts, we have not been able to reposition this location to better compete in the marketplace," the spokesperson said in an email. As of mid-November…
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