Williamsville, N.Y. - Tops Friendly Markets has emerged from bankruptcy protection.
The chain has spent months restructuring its finances including closing 10 stores. Those stores include a store in Syracuse, and stores in Geddes, and Fulton.
“We are moving forward as a stronger company with an even greater ability to provide convenience, savings and friendly service to customers across our communities," said Tops CEO Frank Curci. "We are investing in our stores and rolling out new services that make shopping with us even easier."
Among those new services include "Tops Grocery Pick Up," which will allow customers to order their groceries online and choose a preferred time to come get them.
The grocery store chain said that it has reduced its debt by approximately $445 million, and with over $100 million in liquidity.