In this Associated Press file photo from 1999, an employee of Omaha Steaks packs an order in Omaha, Neb. The company, the nation's largest direct marketer of gourmet steaks and frozen foods, shut down a retail store this week at The Greene Town Center in Beavercreek.
Photo: AP
Photo: AP

JUST IN: Another food retailer shuts its doors at The Greene

Omaha Steaks, direct marketer of frozen steaks and seafood, closes its retail storefront in Beavercreek

Omaha Steaks, a meat delivery company that operated a retail storefront at 4411 Walnut St., closed its doors effective Wednesday, officials at The Greene told this news outlet today, Feb. 1.

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Omaha Steaks, founded in 1917 and based in Omaha, Nebraska, is a fifth-generation, family-owned company that is the largest direct marketer of frozen steaks, seafood and food gifts. Most of Omaha Steaks’ business comes via the internet, although the company operates retail storefronts in several U.S. cities to augment web sales.

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Messages left for Omaha Steaks officials this morning were not immediately returned. We will update this story with any new information.

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The franchise owner of the Oilerie shut down her store at 4454 Glengarry Drive, which sold olive oils and balsamic-style vinegars, at the close of business yesterday, Jan. 31, after four-and-a-half years. 

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