GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Fresh Market here, propelled by an 8.2% increase in comparable-store sales and several new store openings, last week reported double-digit profit gains for its first fiscal quarter and boosted its performance outlook for the year. “We are encouraged by these results and believe positive estimate revisions are likely to continue in the quarters ahead,” said Edward Aaron, a Denver-based analyst with RBC Capital Markets, in a report. The Fresh ...

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