QUINCY, Mass. — Stop & Shop and Giant of Landover, Md., unveiled new logos last week as part of an effort to highlight broad changes being made in the stores. The logos — resembling multicolored slices of fruit, with purple lettering — are identical for the two chains, which operate jointly under the ownership of Amsterdam-based Ahold. “The new logo is the symbol that says there are exciting new changes being rolled out to your local Stop & Shop or your local Giant,” Faith Weiner, ...

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