MONTVALE, N.J. — A&P officials told SN Monday that the company was not selling its Pathmark stores in the Philadelphia region, despite published speculation. The company acknowledged that the landlord of its Upper Darby, Pa., Pathmark store was marketing the property for sale but said, “This transaction would not affect the store. We do not have plans to close or sell additional stores at this time.” The Upper Darby property was sold to Winstanley Enterprises, a ...

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