MILWAUKEE — Roundy’s here said Thursday frugal shoppers and aggressive promotions by competitors hurt its sales in the second quarter. The company, parent of the Pick ’n Save, Rainbow Foods and Mariano’s Fresh Market banners in the Midwest, said its comparable-store sales fell 3.3% for the 13-week quarter, which ended June 30. The declines were driven by a 3.2% decline in transaction count and a flat average transaction size, compared with the year-ago second ...

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