LOS ANGELES — Unified Grocers here said Friday that net earnings and sales fell for the third quarter and 39 weeks that ended July 3, which the company attributed to ongoing weakness in consumer spending. For the quarter, net income dropped 66.7% to $1.3 million, which the company said was largely attributable to a decline of $2.8 million resulting from "volatile equity markets that negatively impacted certain life insurance contracts maintained by the company." Sales fell 1.2% to $980.1 ...

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