MAUMEE, Ohio -- Seaway Food Town here said last week sales increased 8.1% to $169 million and net income rose 20.3% to $1.7 million for the 13-week fiscal 2000 first quarter ended Nov. 27. up 3.6%, Iott added. "We had a very good first quarter, one in which sales and net earnings were at an all-time high for the company's first fiscal quarter," Iott said in a statement. "This has been accomplished in a deflationary environment. We also continue to experience an excellent comparable store ...

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