SPRINGFIELD, N.J. - A 3.6% sales increase and improved profit percentages helped boost net income 42% to $4.2 million during the fiscal first quarter that ended Oct. 28 for Village Super Market here, the retailer said Tuesday. Sales of $251.5 million increased by 3.6%, and same-store sales also increased by 3.6%. Newly remodeled stores in Bernardsville, N.J., and Somers Point, N.J., contributed to the sales increase. Sales were partially offset by reduced revenues in one store due to a ...
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