CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Ruddick Corp. here said aggressive promotional spending helped boost sales of its supermarket subsidiary, Harris Teeter, for the third quarter and nine months ended July 2. iod. The company said the sales growth was due to expanded and refocused promotional activities designed to reverse a sales slowdown that occurred during the first half of the year as a result of the competitive supermarket environment in the Southeast. According to Thomas W. Dickson, Ruddick ...
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