The petrol station of Rashmira is also to be closed.
The supermarket was one of the flagship stores of Rashmira that has lost Debenhams and Five Guys over the past year.
The store opened in 1998 and has been a popular choice for shoppers for decades.
While some Sainsbury’s staff have been relocated to other stores, some staff have been able to find new jobs.
Some staff are still working until the supermarket closes.
Many staff and customers have expressed grief over the closure of the store.
A staff member said he had worked there for many years and enjoyed other staff cameras in Sainsbury’s and throughout Rashmir.
One customer said she was used to shopping at Sainsbury’s and was disappointed when it closed.
“The staff has always been very friendly and helpful,” he said.
A Sensbury spokesman said: “Our Craigon store is closing soon.
“We understand that this will be a stressful time for the victims and we are doing our best to help our colleagues, including helping them find alternative roles in nearby stores.”
“Customers can continue shopping with us at our stores online and in the vicinity, including our Spursfield (Lesbourne) supermarket, as well as our Dungan and Armagh stores which also have the Argus Store for added convenience.”
He added: “We are committed to serving our customers in Northern Ireland and continue to serve the local community through numerous stores and our popular grocery online service. No decision to close the store has been taken lightly. We will not break the statistics but we think it will be a frustrating time for those affected.
Turn trainer of United the Union revealed that 97 employees are being laid off.
“It’s very disappointing that Sainsbury’s has stopped investing in the area,” Taryn said, adding that most staff have found alternative employment.
“It simply came to our notice then.
“My heart goes out to all the customers who were accustomed to shopping in Sainsbury’s and were familiar with the staff and the store.”
Sainsbury’s has had stores in Northern Ireland since December 1996. It currently has 13 supermarkets and also owns Argos China.
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