LOS ANGELES — Unified Grocers here said earnings increased and sales fell for the second quarter, which ended March 28. Net earnings for the quarter rose 94.8% to $2.5 million, while sales fell 4.1% to $951.7 million. For the first half, net income dropped 15% to $6.3 million, while sales declined 2.3% to $2 billion. The company said the income decline for the half was related primarily to lower sales, the conversion of Seattle-area customers to membership in the cooperative; and lower ...

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