MONTVALE, N.J. (FNS) -- A&P here said it will close 15 of its 240 Ontario stores by the end of June. labor costs and increased competition in its Canadian market. The decision to close the stores is part of the company's overall restructuring, according to Michael J. Rourke, senior vice president of communications and corporate affairs. The company recently completed the conversion of 25 of its regular Ontario supermarkets to Super Fresh low-cost banners. A&P's recent labor ...

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