NEW YORK -- Sloan's Supermarkets here reported sales of $45 million in the fiscal year ended Feb. 27. iod after Sloan's acquired 11 supermarkets in March 1993 and became engaged exclusively in food retailing. Sloan's was created from a nonsupermarket company whose operating divisions were previously dormant. For that reason, comparisons to 1993 results are not meaningful, John Catsimatidis, chairman, said. Income for the year also was impacted by the timing of certain income recognition ...

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