MONTVALE N.J. The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. Inc., the grocer more commonly known as A&P, is planning to add Starbucks coffeehouses to some stores in the Northeast under a licensing deal announced Thursday. The first locations are scheduled to open in New Jersey in November. Seattle-based Starbucks Corp. already has units in grocery stores, such as Safeway.A&P, based here, operates 337 stores under that brand name and six others, including WaldbaumÕs and The Food Emporium. The ...

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