SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Pueblo Xtra International said changes in its supermarket merchandising and promotional programs resulted in higher operating cash flow and lower sales for the first quarter ended May 23. on rose 21.2% for the 16-week quarter to $21.7 million, compared with $17.9 million a year ago -- "a result of the many changes we tested in the retail food division during the latter part of last year," William T. Keon 3rd, president and chief executive officer, said. Those ...
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