LOS ANGELES -- Unified Western Grocers here last week said a continued focus on productivity enhancements and improvements in its distribution network contributed to increased earnings for the third quarter and 39 weeks that ended June 26. ion and 28.1% to $31 million for the 39-week period. Sales fell 0.8% to $715.4 million for the quarter and 5.2% to $2.14 billion for the year to date, which the company said was due in part to the loss of a large dairy customer when Ross Swiss was ...

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