MONTVALE, N.J. -- In an effort to turn its Canadian operations around following "substantial losses," A&P is now enacting a previously announced store conversion plan for Ontario. The company plans to convert an initial group of 25 stores in Ontario to a new low-cost format called Super Fresh "to more aggressively address competition." The Canadian stores flying the Super Fresh banner will be a cross between a warehouse store and a conventional supermarket, with a lower wage scale, in ...

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