INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets here said last week its 2.7% decline in comparable-store sales in the quarter ended June 21 was due to a difficult economic environment, increased competitive promotions, new competitive supermarket square footage and unseasonably cool, wet weather in the Midwest. er new territory because it is already No. 1 or 2 in all the markets it currently serves, the reports said. John Turek, Marsh's vice president of construction and planning, described the new ...

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