POMPANO BEACH, Fla. -- Pueblo Xtra International here said last week it is still wading through the financial aftermath of Hurricane Georges, as the company's net sales, net income, cash flow and same-store sales all declined during the 12-week third quarter concluded Nov. 6. irgin Islands, where Pueblo operates 50 supermarkets and 43 video stores. In third quarter 1999, the company experienced a net loss of $3.6 million. Net sales for the quarter fell 11.8% to $149.1 million, cash flow ...

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