SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- Village Super Market, a ShopRite operator based here, said net income fell 87% to $157,000 in the second quarter ended Jan. 22. -quarter income declined slightly as a result of higher expenses, principally promotional costs and an inventory charge, said Perry Sumas, president. Sales at the 24-unit operation rose 0.9% in the 13-week quarter to $176.7 million, from $175.1 million. Same-store sales rose 2.8% in the quarter and 1% through six months. In the six-month ...

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