Karen Short, a New York-based analyst with BMO Capital Markets, also described Harris Teeter’s comps as “industry-leading” and noted that the quality of the gains were strong, with both units and traffic increasing during the period relative to a year ago, and with unit volume rising during the quarter. “Additionally, the increase in active households for VIC [loyalty] card users was close to 2%, indicating the company continues to gain share,” she said in ...
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