SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- Village Super Market here said last week sales growth in the second quarter ended Jan. 24 was fueled by increased sales from two stores opened in fiscal 2002 and several other stores remodeled in fiscal 2003. ed that this comparative decline was the result of $967,000 in after-tax income received from two partnerships by Village in second-quarter 2003. Excluding the partnership income, net income in the quarter would have increased 19%. In the 26-week first half, sales ...

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