SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- Sales at Village Super Market here climbed in the third quarter and nine months ended April 27. oss of $293,000 a year ago, due mainly to a 2.9% uptick in same-store sales and improved gross margin percentages, according to the 23-unit ShopRite chain, part of the Wakefern cooperative, Elizabeth, N.J. For the nine months, sales increased 2% to $513.8 million from $503.6 million. Net income rose to $1.39 million from $227,000 a year before in the 39-week period, which ...

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