One of the first things I was told when I moved into my former neighborhood in New Jersey 12 years ago was not to shop at A&P. "ShopRite has much better prices," an elderly woman who lived upstairs advised. But changes are afoot in the Garden State, and elsewhere in the New York-to-Philadelphia corridor, that may soon put her grandmotherly wisdom to the test. After A&P's agreement to sell off its Canadian division for about $1.475 billion last month, and with Pathmark buoyed by an ...
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