NEW YORK -- Red Apple Cos., a privately held operator of 64 supermarkets here, may fold the majority of those stores into Sloan's Supermarkets, a publicly held company, within six months, industry sources told SN. upermarkets under a settlement agreement signed late last year with the Federal Trade Commission. Trade observers said that, once those stores -- and possibly others that do not meet certain size and volume standards -- have been sold, the remaining stores will be merged into the ...

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