CHARLOTTE — Ruddick Corp., parent of the Harris Teeter chain based here, said customer counts and average ticket both increased during the fiscal third quarter, helping drive comparable-store sales gains of 4.37% for the period and 2.68% year-to-date. “Despite an overall environment of slower economic growth, our customers have responded positively to our promotional activity, as evidenced by increases during the quarter in the number of units sold, number of customer visits and average ...
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