What do you expect from A&P now that it has emerged from bankruptcy?

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Anonymous
on Oct 2, 2012

Eventually they will sell the company in chunks. The parts are more valuable than the whole.

Anonymous
on Jun 4, 2012

like the new bread implementation plan. reset shelves with tags for items that vendors havent produced in years, then notify them that they must follow tags or be thrown out. we have an entire shelve in stroehmanns section on which he will never put a piece of bread. also cut thomas twins to 1 facing on shelf. vendor laughed and said youll be out of product by 9am on saturday next time its on sale... see you tuesday!!

Anonymous
on Jun 4, 2012

u r right. 28(wasted) years in and same old same old. finally run some good sales start drawing customers in... next step... lets drastically cut payroll on memorial week! they seem to go out of their way to not make a sale.

Anonymous
on Jan 14, 2014

Or how about running a sale and getting the traffic and then having no cashiers and people leaving out of frustration!!!!! incompetence.

Anonymous
on May 31, 2012

Having worked at A&P for almost 40 years,I'm quite doubtful. I wish I could be hopeful. Two things the company is very good at is coming up with new plans and micromanaging every aspect of the operation. They fall very short in executing the plans. If anything calls for labor in the stores, they run for the hills while boasting about great service. Tell the customers waiting at the deli counter and especially at the checkout about great service. I hope I'm wrong, but the track record is poor.

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