ETOBICOKE, Ontario -- Oshawa Group here said sales and earnings rose for the first quarter ended April 18. uals $1.46 Canadian), while earnings on continuing operations -- excluding Pharma Plus, a group of drug stores that was sold last year -- rose 70%. The company said sales at continuing operations rose 5.5% to $1.06 billion, with sales in the AGORA grocery operation up 3.1% and sales in the SERCA food-service division up 17.7%. According to the company, food-service sales were ...
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