COLTON, Calif. -- Stater Bros. Holdings here, parent company of Stater Bros. Markets, said sales increased for the year ended Sept. 28 despite an extra week in the prior year. ering to fund new-store expansion. Net income for the prior year included a nonrecurring aftertax reduction to expense of $2.2 million. Sales for the 111-store chain rose 0.7% to $1.72 billion for the 52-week year, compared with $1.705 billion in the prior 53-week year. Sales for the 13-week fourth quarter fell 7.7% ...

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