MONTVALE, N.J. — Sales of bologna are up 124% at A&P this June, compared with a baseline established in March 2007. The company yesterday released a “bologna meter,” consisting of a graph spanning back to the spring of 2007, and a comment from president and chief executive officer Eric Claus, noting that sales of bologna tend to spike during a challenging economic climate. Sales of the luncheon meat were up 5% over baseline in February 2008, peaking at 67% over baseline in September ...

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