Stop & Shop's Southern Push is focusing on growing its superstore program and building a presence in northern New Jersey and the New York regions of Westchester and Long Island, said Robert Tobin, president and chief operating officer. The company, which primarily operates in southern New England, will push its superstore count well beyond the current number of 86. Most of the 37 conventional stores eventually will be replaced with superstore units. By 1996, the company expects to be ...
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