MONTVALE, N.J. — A&P is planning a cost-effective “refresh” program at its recently acquired Pathmark stores designed to modernize their look, enhance perishable sections and reinforce a “price impact” message. Eric Claus, president and chief executive officer of A&P, last week estimated the retailer could complete such renovations at all Pathmark stores within three years. He said the company would reveal more details of the plan as the integration progresses this year, but his ...
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