SUNBURY, Pa. — Absorbing a "significant portion" of its cost increases helped Weis Markets drive comparable sales up by 6.5% in the third quarter, the company here said. Net income increased 4.1% to $17 million on a 6% sales gain to $678.6 million in the 13-week period, which ended Sept. 24. "Cautious consumer spending due to the poor economy continues to impact our business," Robert F. Weis, Weis Markets' chairman, said in a statement. "Fuel and ...
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