SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Price Chopper here filed a lawsuit against Penn Traffic Co. last week alleging breach of contract after a bankruptcy judge approved the sale of Penn Traffic to Tops Friendly Markets, Williamsville, N.Y., according to reports. The sale of Syracuse, N.Y.-based Penn Traffic to Tops for $85 million plus additional considerations was expected to close late last week. Price Chopper said it had reached an agreement with Penn Traffic to buy 22 of its P&C locations for $54 ...

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