WAYNE, N.J. -- Grand Union Co., based here, expects to add half a dozen new pharmacies in remodeled and new supermarkets this year. The chain presently has 250 supermarkets and 58 pharmacies in New Jersey, New York, Vermont, Connecticut and New Hampshire. "We are doing a lot of remodeling and we are adding pharmacies to existing stores if they don't have pharmacies," said Douglas Policastro, who was appointed to the position of pharmacy operations manager of Grand Union in January. Adding ...

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