To some degree, the decline of those conventional stores — along with the rise of rivals for the upscale customer — is paving a path for The Food Emporium, A&P’s Manhattan-based banner, to claim a “neighborhood store” positioning. That chain this winter unveiled renovations at two Manhattan sites showcasing a brand based on knowledgeable sales staff and products relevant to their location, stepping away somewhat from the “gourmet store” image ...

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