CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Ruddick Corp. here said last week same-store sales at its Harris Teeter subsidiary rose 4.8% for the year ended Sept. 27. nd merchandising efforts at Harris Teeter," according to Thomas W. Dickson, president of Ruddick. The company said operating profit at Harris Teeter was up 14% for the year to $52.1 million, reflecting the positive results of productivity and cost management initiatives. "Harris Teeter operating profits are beginning to reflect the impact of very ...

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