HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- The Consumers' Alliance for Supermarket Competition, a not-for-profit coalition said to be formed to ensure price competition in the New York-New Jersey marketing area, held a rally here last week to announce it is seeking to petition the Federal Trade Commission to block a proposed supermarket merger. hokehold on the supermarket industry throughout the New York-New Jersey metro region. Unless there is an aggressive response, consumers will find supermarket competition ...

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