MONTVALE, N.J. — A&P last week said it has begun another attempt to sell its Food Emporium chain, betting that its most attractive — and only profitable — division will generate proceeds to invest in the turnaround of the remainder. “The Food Emporium represents a unique urban footprint that requires a specific go-to-market strategy. Therefore, we’ve made the decision to market these 16 Manhattan stores to a variety of prospective buyers,” A&P ...
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