New Jersey restaurant chains to close in 2018
A New Jersey company that specializes in fast food has announced plans to close its fast food operations in 2018.
A spokeswoman for A&B Fast Food Restaurants confirmed the company will be shutting down the restaurants in 2018, but said it will continue to operate as usual.
The news comes after a New Jersey lawmaker introduced a bill in March to end the state’s practice of using food stamps to pay for fast food.
The legislation would also end the use of food stamps for fast-food workers, but that bill did not advance.