MONTVALE, N.J. — A&P last week said it received bids for 12 of the 25 SuperFresh stores put up for sale in a bankruptcy auction, and said it expects to realize up to $40 million as the result of the sales. Springfield, N.J.-based Village Super Market, a ShopRite operator, said it anticipates buying two of the stores — in White Oak, Md., and Timonium, Md. — for $6.6 million, as part of a larger bid by a consortium. Village said it expects to convert the stores to ShopRite this summer. ...

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