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Philly SuperFresh Stores to Get Price Impact Makeover

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Montvale, N.J. A&P announced that it will convert the majority of its current SuperFresh stores in the Philadelphia market to its new Price Impact format under the Pathmark Sav-A-Center banner.

The format has already seen success at its Irvington and Edison, N.J., locations. Conversions will be focused on providing customers with a one-stop-shopping experience, the company said.

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Bed Bath & Beyond posts 1Q earnings drop

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UNION, N.J. Bed Bath & Beyond has reported net earnings of 30 cents per diluted share ($76.8 million) in the fiscal first quarter ended May 31, compared with net earnings of $.38 per diluted share ($104.6 million) in the same quarter a year ago.

Net sales for the fiscal first quarter of 2008 were approximately $1.65 billion, an increase of approximately 6.1% from net sales of $1.55 billion reported in the fiscal first quarter of 2007. Comparable-store sales for the fiscal first quarter of 2008 increased by approximately 0.8%, compared with an increase of approximately 1.6% in last year’s fiscal first quarter.

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New site launches for Wal-Mart Marketside

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BENTONVILLE, Ark. Wal-Mart has launched a new site for its Marketside concept at www.marketside.com.

The site includes information about the concept, which Wal-Mart said offers “a wide selection of complete meal solutions, fresh ingredients, and everyday favorites at affordable prices — all in one easy-to-shop store.” In addition, the site provides information on how to apply to positions within the stores and where the stores are located.

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