NEW YORK — Stop & Shop has agreed to buy three King Kullen locations on Staten Island here and plans to close one of them next month. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. The sale of the three stores by King Kullen would eliminate its presence in that borough. The Bethpage, N.Y.-based chain had acquired five locations on Staten Island — four Waldbaums and one Pathmark — following the 1997 merger of Pathmark and A&P, and had ...
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