GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Fresh Market here raised its guidance for the year following the release last week of second-quarter results, which showed increased earnings and comparable sales increases of 8%. Craig Carlock, president and chief executive officer, said The Fresh Market is doing well “because we aren’t in quite a price-sensitive position. We sell to folks who are there not for the price but for the quality, the service, the cleanliness and the ease of getting in ...

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