MILWAUKEE -- Newly acquired stores helped Roundy's here post a 30.9% sales increase for its fiscal first quarter, but cannibalization in some areas due to new openings slowed same-store sales growth, the company said. Same-store sales increased 1.5% for the quarter ended April 3. However, growth was down from the 4.3% that Roundy's showed in the fourth quarter. One factor was the reopening of five former Kohl's stores, which Roundy's acquired from A&P last October. Those stores, ...

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