QUINCY, Mass. — Stop & Shop here may be closing some or all of the 132 Dunkin’ Donuts locations in its stores and replacing them with Starbucks, according to local reports last week. A spokesman for Stop & Shop, owned by Amsterdam-based Ahold, confirmed that the chain’s leases with Dunkin’ Donuts expire next year but declined to comment further on the reports. An article in the Meriden Record-Journal in Connecticut said Stop & Shop plans to replace Dunkin’ Donuts locations with ...

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