Harry & David closing the majority of retail stores

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Medford-based company, Harry & David is said to close the remainder of its brick-and-mortar stores across the country with the exception of the Country Village in Medford.

A company spokesperson tells NBC 5 the company’s brand has become a predominantly e-commerce business. Impacted employees will be offered employment elsewhere in the company, where possible, or receive a compensation package.

Revenue for Harry & David’s parent company, 1-800-Flowers, is up over 12% in it’s 3rd FY Quarter.

The company making that announcement in a press release this morning. The release said the company was up a little over 27% in gourmet foods and gift baskets.

Medford-based Harry & David does not release its own financial numbers.

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