SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Stater Bros. Holdings here said Tuesday net income and sales declined for the second quarter and first half that ended March 29. Net income for the 13-week quarter fell 46% to $6 million, while sales declined 4.9% to $885.5 million and same-store sales declined 3.1%. Excluding volume at Santee Dairy, a wholly owned subsidiary whose assets were sold last October, supermarket sales for the quarter fell 2.3% to $864.5 million. For the 26-week period, net income fell ...
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