DAYTON, Ohio -- Net sales were up, but earnings were down for Super Food Services here in the third quarter ended May 6. Quarterly sales increased 2.8% to $260.2 million, while sales gained 0.9% to $789 million for the 36-week period. Net income for the twelve weeks slipped 5% to $1.7 million. For 36 weeks, income rose 1.6% to $6.2 million. Super Food attributed the sales boost to increased volume from existing customers. Meanwhile, the company said the decline in net income came as the ...
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