FREEHOLD, N.J. -- Expansions and new store construction will continue to pave the way to strong sales and earnings in the coming year for Foodarama Supermarkets, said executives here at the company's annual shareholders meeting last week. Joseph Saker, president and chief executive officer, said Foodarama, which operates 20 ShopRite units, is also seeing positive results from its large-store format, the World Class ShopRite. Saker said Foodarama's financial condition remained strong in ...
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