COLTON, Calif. -- Stater Bros. Holdings here last week said sales and earnings continued to benefit from the impact of the Southern California labor dispute for the second quarter and first half ended March 28. .4% to $30.3 million for the quarter and 854.4% to $64.9 million for the year to date. Net-income results for the year included a $13.3 million after-tax gain from a litigation settlement, which transferred the remaining 50% ownership interest in Santee Dairies to Stater.

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