CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Ruddick Corp. here said last week competitive openings and store cannibalization affected comparable-store sales at Harris Teeter for the year and fourth quarter ended Oct. 3. $55.4 million, while comps rose 0.9%. Sales at Harris Teeter for the 14-week quarter increased 9.8% to $596.5 million and operating income was up 1.0% to $13.3 million, while comps were flat. Katherine W. Kenny, vice president of investor relations for the parent company, told SN same-store sales ...
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