SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Village Super Market here on Wednesday said sales and profits increased for the fiscal second quarter despite losing money on its two new stores in Maryland. Village said it is investing to build brand awareness at the two former SuperFresh stores it acquired from A&P last summer and subsequently converted to the ShopRite banner. Sales at those locations have been less than expected, the company said. Despite those struggles, Village said sales for the ...

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