Customers shop at the A.G. Ferrari Foods in the Montclair District of Oakland, Calif., on Saturday, March 26, 2016. A.G. Ferrari Foods recently remodeled the location and celebrated its 30th anniversary with a grand reopening. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group)
AG Ferrari had remodeled this Montclair location just a couple of years ago. (Anda Chu/Staff archives)

The 98-year-old AG Ferrari company will close its four remaining Bay Area stores — including two in Oakland — on May 1 and refocus the business on its packaged line of imported Italian products, company officials announced Tuesday.

Ferrari, which once owned as many as 13 deli/import shops, is down to four locations, including a Montclair Village cafe that’s been open for more than 30 years and a Piedmont Avenue shop in Oakland. The two remaining San Francisco shops are in the Laurel Village business district and…