FREEHOLD, N.J. -- Foodarama Supermarkets here reported a loss of $1.3 million in the second quarter ended April 30. permarkets in New Jersey and two units in Pennsylvania, did not list the factors contributing to the loss. Sales in the 13-week quarter declined 10.3% to $151.5 million. The lower sales total in the quarter was due to the divestiture of five stores sold in October 1993. Same-store sales rose an estimated 4% in the second quarter. Foodarama, a member of the Wakefern Food ...

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