MINNEAPOLIS -- Supervalu here said last week sales and earnings hit record levels for the 10th consecutive quarter in the 12 weeks ended Sept. 11. ome was up 14% to $45.5 million for the quarter and 22.4% to $112.2 million, including the benefits of a onetime gain, for the half. The company said the sales increase reflects the benefits of 36 new stores over the past 12 months, along with the results of Richfood Holdings Co. for the last 12 days of the quarter. Supervalu completed its ...
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