DETROIT -- A&P's Farmer Jack division here is planning to convert its stores to an everyday low price, or EDLP, format, according to a local press report last week. A spokeswoman for Farmer Jack said the company "had some great things in the works," but would neither confirm nor deny a Detroit Free Press article stating that the chain planned to close all of its stores for one day this week and reopen them with a new format offering 30-day specials instead of weekly deals obtained ...

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