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A family business that sells food in Perth’s inner west has gone into administration and is about to close its doors.

The family business, The Janes Family Shop, which opened in April 2014, had been run by former business owner Janes Janes.

Mr Janes has since left the business and the business has closed.

He said he is not expecting a profit until after his legal and personal matters are settled.

“We just want to get on with our lives and hopefully things will pick up again soon,” he said.

The Jakes are selling food, coffee, juice and other products at the shop.

“I feel really good about this business.

It’s been a lot of hard work,” he told ABC News.

The store sells food and other food products.

Mr Crouch said the business was struggling to survive.

“It’s about to go into administration, we have a new business manager, and we’re hoping to be able to reopen at some stage,” he explained.

“There’s not much else we can do, it’s a tough job.”

He said it was the first time he had ever lost his job and it had been hard for him and his family.

The Jensys have been in business for more than 40 years. “

If it’s not happening, it means it’s definitely not happening for us.”

The Jensys have been in business for more than 40 years.

“They’re the oldest family business in Perth, and for us it’s been good to keep a family-run business going,” he added.

Mr Jones said the family had been looking at a variety of opportunities, but there was a lack of time and funding.

“My wife and I were looking for a bit of space to have a little bit of a home in the community,” he admitted.

“In terms of the budget we have, we’re just not there.

We can’t put food on the table at the moment.”

Mr Jakes said it would be good to be back in business and make money again.

“But it’s difficult, and it’s just a lot going on right now,” he stated.

“Right now, we don’t know what’s going to happen next year.”

The family shop is run by Mr Janses son, Janes, who has been selling food in the region since 2007.

He is also a former employee of the family business.

Mr Kinsman said he was pleased to hear of the closure.

“This is a good time for us to take our business back into business,” he concluded.

“The shop is now run by a family who are very dedicated to our business and who are keen to make it thrive.”