INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets here said Tuesday that "the weak economy and the competitive environment" were responsible for its comparable-store and earnings declines for the second quarter ended Oct. 16. s from last year produced a very unfavorable comparison." Sales for the quarter rose 1.2% to $512.7 million, but comparable-store sales declined 3.1%. Income from continuing operations for the quarter declined 84.2% to $324,000, a figure that does not include last year's ...

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