MONTVALE, N.J. — A&P's decision to pull out of Maryland last week may create opportunity for discounters there. In a move that came as little surprise to industry observers, A&P last week said it would look to sell 25 SuperFresh stores in Maryland; Washington, D.C.; and Delaware as part of its turnaround plan under Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company said it hoped to complete the sales within the next two months, pending court approvals. “As part of our ongoing review of our store ...
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