MONTVALE, N.J. — The Tengelmann family is considering selling its stake in A&P, according to a report in a German newspaper. The report in Lebensmittel Zeitung said the Tengelmann Group, whose scion Christian Haub is A&P’s chairman, had doubts about the retailer’s turnaround plan. Tengelmann was the largest shareholder in A&P before the chain filed for bankruptcy protection in December. A spokesman for A&P was not immediately available for comment.

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