Judge Approves the Sale of 95 A&P-Owned Supermarkets Including Four in South Jersey
Four supermarkets in four South Jersey towns now have a new owner.
Earlier this summer, A&P, which at one point owned around 300 supermarkets across the northeast, declared bankruptcy again and decided to close or sell all of its stores. According to NJ.com, on Monday, a judge approved the sale of 95 A&P-owned supermarkets to Acme and Stop & Shop. Under the deal over 10,000 employees across the region will keep their jobs. Locally, four stores will now be owned by Acme: