CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Harris Teeter, a subsidiary of Ruddick Corp. here, reported increased sales and operating profit for the year and fourth quarter ended Oct. 2. r's sales for the year rose 12% to $1.58 billion, compared with $1.41 billion a year ago, while sales for the 13-week quarter increased 5.2% to $403.2 million, compared with $383.3 million. Excluding the extra week, same-store sales increased 7.5% for the year and 9.3% for the quarter. Operating profit for the year rose 24.1% to ...
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