MILWAUKEE — Roundy’s Supermarkets on Thursday said same-store sales decreased during the fiscal first quarter, in part because the year-ago period included higher sales accompanying the Green Bay Packers’ trip to the Super Bowl. In addition, the retailer cited a shift in the New Year’s holiday and continued weakness in consumer spending, for the 2.1% same-store sales decline for the period, which ended March 31. Roundy’s Comp Sales Down, Seeks to Drive ...

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