MONTVALE, N.J. — The previously announced property deal that would net A&P $130 million includes two Food Emporium leases to be sold to a private investment firm — and may be the only results of the retailer’s latest attempt to sell off the chain. A&P here referred to a deal to sell leasehold interests in “a few” stores last month but did not identify the stores affected or the buyers. The company, however, revealed in court papers it had an ...

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