RICHMOND, Va. -- Richfood Holdings here said last week it had record earnings for the second quarter ended Oct. 18. However, the loss of a frozen-food customer in June resulted in decreased sales for the quarter and 24-week periods.
iration of a frozen-food supply agreement under which Richfood's Rotelle subsidiary was servicing approximately 190 Acme Markets, which accounted for sales of $140 million per year, the company said.
John E. Stokely, president and chief executive officer, said ...
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