BJ’s Restaurants and Pubs in the U.S. and Canada are expected to close their doors.

The chain has been struggling to make ends meet as the food prices have risen.

In September, it announced it was ending its wholesale operation in the United States and Canada, and in November, it said it was also ending its retail stores.

The company had about 1,500 locations worldwide, according to the company’s most recent annual report.

The announcement was made at a time when the company was also making its first foray into the world of wholesale.

JBS Restaurants in the UK, where it opened its first location in 2014, is also closing its doors, according a spokesman for the company.

The spokesman said JBS would not comment on future plans.

JBS also announced that it was eliminating about 30 jobs in its global supply chain, including its retail distribution and retail retail merchandising operations.