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The second Pathmark store remodeled to feature A&P's new "price impact" format is set to reopen June 13, the company said. The revamped store will offer a broad assortment of groceries, fresh produce, breads, seafood, meats, and more at low prices, said A&P.
The price impact concept also features in-store value programs including Family Packs, Yellow Tag Savings, and Deal Zones.
The first price impact store, which measures 47,000 square feet, opened late last month in Irvington, N.J.
In a recent conference call, Eric Claus, president and c.e.o. of Montvale, N.J.-based A&P, said that the Irvington store would serve as "a template for a massive Pathmark refresh between now and the end of 2009."
A&P also that on Friday it will open a remodeled Waldbaum's store in Baldwin Harbor, N.Y. on Long Island. The location now features a Starbucks and an expanded deli area.
A&P officials were unavailable for further comment.