NEW YORK -- Gristede's Supermarkets here said last week it plans to open its first supermarket in 20 years in northern New Jersey within the next two months, and expects to have as many as 10 to 15 stores in the state within the next two years. John Catsimatidis, Gristede's chairman, chief executive officer and majority shareholder, told SN that the supermarket situation in New Jersey attracted his attention last spring, when he was attempting to buy Kings Super Markets, Parsippany, N.J., ...

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