Originally Posted by Mad Cook
It sounded like a family concern so perhaps the family had "died out" or the up-coming younger members weren't interested in joining the business. It's sad when that happens but it seems to be the way of the modern world. Big business and banking are often more attractive to the young than running a family grocery business after a business degree at university.
It does seem to be a family company.
What I have seen here is the third generation can't agree on how to run the company.