Retailer Bed, Bath & Beyond recently announced it will close, or has already closed, 40 stores in 19 states in 2020.

So why is the popular home goods retailer shuttering dozens of locations? The stores, “No longer meet the standards our customers expect from us, ” according to a company statement provided to Today.

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Don’t worry about how you’ll get your bed linens, towels or kitchen gadgets. The chain still has more than 900 stores and a website for shoppers to browse and buy from.

A spokesperson for Bed, Bath & Beyond said, in an emailed statement to Red Tricycle, “We’ve just given over 150 of our most popular stores a multi-million dollar update and are continually investing in our stores and digital platform to give customers an even better experience however they choose to shop with us.”

If you’re wondering whether your local store will close in 2020, the current list includes:

California

Chino Hills: 13021 Peyton Drive

Encino: 17401 Ventura Blvd.

Hemet: 1165 S. Sanderson Ave.

Santa Clarita: 19211 Golden Valley Road

Tracy: 2886 West Grant Line Road

 

Connecticut

Shelton: 862 Bridgeport Ave.

 

District of Columbia

Washington D.C.: 709 7th Street NW

 

Florida

Tampa: 12803 Citrus Plaza Drive

 

Hawaii

Honolulu: 1200 Ala Moana Blvd.

 

Iowa

Council Bluffs: 3706 Metro Drive

West Des Moines: 6805 Mills Civic Parkway

 

Illinois

Chicago: 530 N. State Street

McHenry: 3340 Shoppers Drive

Mount Prospect: 1057 N. Elmshurst Rd.

 

Louisiana

Baton Rouge: 9001 Florida Blvd.

 

Maryland

Owings Mills: 10300 Reisterstown Road

 

New Jersey

Parsippany: 790 Route 46

Newton: 17 Hampton House Road

Sewell: 141 Tuckahoe Road Suite 190

 

New Mexico

Rio Rancho: 3575 NM Highway 528 NE

 

New York

Bronx: 610 Exterior Street

Cheektowaga: 3781 Union Road

West Nyack: 1406 Palisades Center Drive

—Erica Loop

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