SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Village Super Market here yesterday said increased traffic and higher average tickets helped boost sales and profitability in the company’s second fiscal quarter. Bolstered by same-store sales gains of 5.9%, the 25-unit ShopRite operator said net income for the 13 weeks that ended Jan. 24 grew by 24%, to $7.96 million, on a 6.8% increase in sales, to $312.71 million. Year to date, net income was up 33%, to $14.32 million, on sales growth of 8.5%, to $603.7 million. ...

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