MONTVALE, N.J. — A&P last week confirmed it was in negotiations to sell its ailing Farmer Jack division and that in the coming weeks it will close its warehouse as well as all stores for which it is unable to find a buyer. “Despite our very best efforts to revitalize Farmer Jack, we haven't been successful,” Eric Claus, A&P chief executive officer, said of the 66-store Farmer Jack division, which has hemorrhaged sales and market share in a tough metro Detroit economy in recent ...

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