DETROIT -- Outside the metro New York region, Michigan is another crucial market for A&P -- particularly metro Detroit, where the company is the only supermarket chain and operates 12 Farmer Jack stores. The combination of a stable, dense population and the lack of supermarkets within the central part of the city are the elements that have made this such an attractive market for the company. "This area is grossly underserved by supermarkets," said Paul Coleman, Farmer Jack vice ...

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