MILAN, Ill. -- Eagle Food Centers here reported that same-store sales rose 1.9% in the second quarter ended July 29 -- the company's first positive increase since the third quarter of 1990. raordinary charge of $625,000 related to the refinancing of a revolving credit facility and a one-time charge of $1.2 million related to a lease termination and severance payments. For 24 weeks, sales decreased 1.5% to $494.6 million. Same-store sales increased 0.6%. Net loss was $9.8 million, compared ...
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