MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P here is testing a competitively priced environmental household products section in 13 of its suburban metropolitan New York area stores. The 4-foot sections were cut into the paper goods aisle planograms last month and are stocked exclusively with products marketed by Seventh Generation, Colchester, Vt. Hanging aisle signs and window signs alert shoppers that the stores have an environmental household products section. The 16 items being tested at A&P include: ...

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