RICHMOND, Va. -- Net income at Richfood Holdings here jumped 22.4% for the first quarter, in part due to efficiencies gained from consolidation since last year's acquisition of Super Rite Corp., Harrisburg, Pa. es dipped 1.8% to $753.4 million from $767 million. Excluding the extra week in the prior-year quarter for Super Rite, sales rose 2%, Richfood reported. The increase primarily stemmed from sales to customers that have expanded retail operations, greater sales penetration and higher ...

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