is holding a store closing sale starting Saturday and going through Thursday, when its doors will shut for good at 6 p.m. The store will become a McCaffrey's by mid July.
During the sale, items will be 30 percent off, according to Jim McCaffrey, owner of McCaffrey's.
Once Genuardi's shuts down Thursday, the store will be closed for a week for cleaning and restocking, McCaffrey told Patch earlier this month. It will reopen as a McCaffrey's by the middle of the month. The interior will continue to undergo renovations once it opens.
This will be McCaffrey's fourth location. The first store opened in Yardley in 1986. There are also locations in Princeton and West Windsor, N.J.
The family-owned market specializes in prepared foods and natural and organic options.