ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Carr Gottstein Foods here reported a 2.4% increase in first-quarter sales and a net profit before extraordinary items, compared with a net loss before extraordinary items in the year-ago period. nting changes. After the extraordinary item, net income totaled $1.5 million last year. In the 13-week period, Carr Gottstein reported sales of $133.1 million. Same-store sales fell 2.6% at its Carrs Quality Centers and rose 2.3% at its Eagle Quality Centers stores. The 14 ...

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