SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Village Super Market here said sales and profits grew in the fourth quarter, despite ongoing challenges at its two new Maryland stores. The company, which operates 29 ShopRites in New Jersey, Maryland and Pennsylvania, said net income for the quarter, which ended July 28, was up 3%, to $9 million, on a sales increase of 7.2%, to about $370 million. Same-store sales were up 1.8%. Village said same-store sales increased due to “modest” inflation, ...
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