Village Super Market (VLGEA) Reports Q4 EPS of $0.60; Comps Rose 6%
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Village Super Market (NASDAQ: VLGEA) reported Q4 EPS of $0.60, versus $0.49 reported last year. Revenue for the quarter came in at $437.3 million, versus $405.75 million reported last year.
Same store sales, excluding the impact of the extra week, increased .6%. Same store sales increased due to the closing of two competitor stores and continued sales growth in the expanded or replaced stores in Stirling and Greater Morristown. These increases were partially offset by six new competitor store openings, including stores formerly operated by A&P.
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