In the greater New York-New Jersey metro market, the split between the strong and the weak continues to widen. The strong would be market leader Wakefern Food Corp., Keasbey, N.J., whose $11.8 billion in annual retail sales in fiscal 2010 — including some stores averaging in excess of $40 million per year — puts it at No. 16 on SN's list of the top 75 food distributors; it also reported $9.6 billion in warehouse sales last year. The weak would be A&P, which is closing ...

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