SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — ShopRite operator Village Super Market here said Thursday that sales grew 5.2% in the fiscal third quarter, although profits were hit by a one-time charge related to a pension-plan withdrawal liability. Net income for the 13-week period, which ended April 30, totaled $1.67 million, down 68% after the $4.24 million (after tax) charge. Excluding the charge, net income was $5.91 million, up 13% over year-ago results. Third-quarter sales were $316.6 million, and same-store ...
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