ROSWELL, Ga. -- Harry's Farmers Market here showed improved results for the second quarter and half-year ended Aug. 2.
s, net loss improved to $1.9 million from $3.7 million last year.
Net sales increased 8.8% to $40.9 million during the quarter and 4.3% to $75.9 million for the year-to-date.
Harry's recorded a charge of $505,000 related to the devaluation of its Nashville property last year. The company also took in some $100,000 in other earnings related to rental income.
Harry's attributed its sales increases to the opening of its fourth "megastore" in Clayton County, Ga., in May, as reported.