INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets here said sales increased for the year and fourth quarter ended March 29. However, while earnings for the quarter were up, a onetime charge for adoption of a new benefit plan resulted in a net loss for the year. plan -- while net income for the 12-week fourth quarter rose 14.5% to $2.1 million, the third consecutive quarter of double-digit percentage increases, the company pointed out. Sales and other revenues rose 4.1% for the year to $1.45 billion and ...

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