CHESAPEAKE, Va. — Sales of food and household consumables helped propel Dollar Tree stores to a 12.5% increase in sales during its fiscal second quarter, the discounter here said Thursday. Comparable-store sales for the quarter increased by 6.5%, the company said. Total revenues were $1.1 billion. Dollar Tree said it would release earnings information later this month. “Our stores are more relevant than ever for the times, providing extreme value everyday on products that customers want and ...

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