Natural food retailer, Lucky’s Market, will reportedly close as many as 32 of its 39 stores.

According to Progressive Grocer, the grocery store chain has plans in place to close the stores, which are located in 10 states, including 20 locations in Florida. The Florida locations are expected to close by Feb. 12, the news outlet said.

Lucky’s Market also reportedly had plans to open 14 new locations also in Florida. It is unclear if the stores will continue to open as planned or remain inoperable. Another location in Denver, slated to open in spring 2021, has been canceled, local news outlet Business Den reported.

Workers at the affected store locations will be laid off, according to local news reports and social media posts.

The news of the store closures come as Kroger Co. divested its interest in Lucky’s Market, after making a “meaningful investment” in the retailer to help the company grow its presence in new and existing markets, Progressive Grocer reported.

A woman shops for fruit at a supermarket in South Burlington, Vermont, Sept. 21, 2017. Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images