MINNEAPOLIS — Target Corp. here said Thursday that comparable-store sales in grocery were up in the "mid-teens" in grocery categories in June, compared with year-ago results, as the company rolls out its P-fresh expanded food offerings. For the five-week period that ended July 2, overall comparable-store sales increased a better-than-expected 4.5%. The increase was driven primarily by an increase in average transaction size, combined with a smaller increase in transaction counts, the ...
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