BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Wal-Mart Stores here said last week food sales in supercenters climbed 35% during the second quarter ended July 31. en our everyday-low-price appeal and create a reason for frequency of visits and increased traffic, and they position us competitively for any economic environment," Tom Schoewe, chief financial officer, said last week in a conference call with securities analysts. "We're pleased with the continued growth of our supercenter business, particularly the food ...
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