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David's Tea Closing Almost Half Of Its Stores In Canada In The Next 30 Days

Tea lovers, this is must be unbe-leaf-able for you. David's Tea is closing almost half of its stores in Canada and it's happening in the next 30 days.

After announcing plans to restructure, the Montreal-based company is ending the leases of a bunch of its tea stores in Canada.


David's Tea locations slated to close

The permanent closures of 82 locations will take effect in the next 30 days.

There are 100 more stores in Canada and negotiations are currently happening with the landlords of those spots.

However, David's Tea doesn't know what the outcome of those talks will be.

The loose-leaf beverage company had previously said that it would transition to become a primarily online retailer as part of the restructuring plan.

During that process, Canadians can still buy products online or at grocery stores and pharmacies.

All of the company's locations had been closed since March 17 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Via David's Tea

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