WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Additional parties including landlords and labor unions have filed objections in federal bankruptcy court here over A&P’s planned sale of some Super Fresh stores. The objections come in advance of next week’s court hearing on the proposed sales. A landlord for a store in Baltimore said it had been unable to ascertain the financial condition of Mrs. Green’s Natural Market, the proposed new tenant, and said as a result it was unsure it could perform to obligations ...

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