SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- Village Super Market here said same-store sales increases combined with improved gross margin percentages propelled net income to climb 78% to $8.4 million in the fiscal year ended July 29. es increase to the inclusion of a full year's results from a Vineland, N.J., acquired in May 1999. However, the company said the sales increase was partially offset by 2000 having one less sales week than 1999. The missing week, the company added, was the reason both sales and net ...

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