NATICK, Mass. -- Strong performance among private-brand items and fresh foods drove revenues at BJ's Wholesale Club here, up 9.3% to $2 billion during the fiscal third quarter that ended Oct. 31, the company said last week. Comparable-store food sales at BJ's increased 4% during the quarter, with fresh produce sales growing 30%, Michael Wedge, president and chief executive officer, said in a conference call. Overall comp-club sales gained 4.1%, but 0.8% excluding gasoline, reflecting flat ...
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