RICHMOND, Va. -- Richfood Holdings here said the acquisitions of Rotelle, Philadelphia, and, to a lesser extent, the wholesale division of Camellia Food Stores, Norfolk, Va., resulted in record sales and earnings for the year ended April 29. Net income for the year rose 47.7% to $25.4 million -- the fifth consecutive year of record earnings, the company said. Net income on continuing operations rose 16.9% for the year. Sales increased 19.2% to $1.5 billion. Sales from Richfood, the company's ...
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