NEW YORK -- Gristede's Sloan's here said store remodeling helped boost sales for the third quarter and 39 weeks ended Aug. 30, despite a traditional summer slowdown in business. nd $745,000 for the 39 weeks. "New York City supermarkets traditionally suffer a seasonal drop in revenues up to 20% during the months of July and August and incur a seasonal loss," the company said. "This is due to the significant outflow of customers from the New York City area for vacation and holiday purposes, ...

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