CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Ruddick Corp. here said the addition of one new store and five remodelings boosted sales at Harris Teeter, its supermarket subsidiary, for the first quarter ended Dec. 28. e older store. The company said it anticipates opening six new stores during the balance of the fiscal year, and it will continue to evaluate its existing store base with the possibility of divesting or closing older or underperforming stores. Operating profit at Harris Teeter increased 15.1% to $25.8 ...

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