MONTVALE, N.J. — The auction of A&P's Super Fresh stores in Maryland and Washington, D.C., resulted in a .500 batting average and $40 million for A&P, while opening new markets for two Southbound retailers. A&P last week said it accepted bids on 12 of the 25 stores it put up for sale, with ShopRite operator Village Super Markets taking two sites and Mrs. Green's Natural Market, a Scarsdale, N.Y.-based natural and organic retailer, taking eight stores. Supervalu is acquiring one ...

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