MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P here said it is on track in its efforts to revive its Farmer Jack brand in Detroit. The company last June began revamping the Farmer Jack chain with more emphasis on fresh departments and service, a new pricing strategy and a plan to close or convert underperforming stores. "The customer response has been favorable and our results remain on target so far," said Christian Haub, chairman and chief executive officer, A&P, in a conference call with analysts ...

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