MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P here is peddling into summer, selling bicycles in its Philadelphia-area stores. The chain also is testing interactive computer software kiosks at 102 stores in five divisions. The 4-foot kiosks, supplied by Major Connections, Dallas, began going into Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York and Atlanta stores, as well as a number of Waldbaum's stores, last month. "If the software is successful, it will remain in place and be rolled out to other areas," said A&P vice ...

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