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UNCASVILLE, Conn. -- Beit Bros. Supermarkets here is coming into summer with expectations that its food court will post its best sales and profits yet.The food court's sales, and more recently its profits, just keep getting better, and hot weather pushes sales up -- even sales of hot food, said Nathan Beit, co-owner and vice president of the two-unit independent."When the weather's hot, people are

UNCASVILLE, Conn. -- Beit Bros. Supermarkets here is coming into summer with expectations that its food court will post its best sales and profits yet.

The food court's sales, and more recently its profits, just keep getting better, and hot weather pushes sales up -- even sales of hot food, said Nathan Beit, co-owner and vice president of the two-unit independent.

"When the weather's hot, people are less inclined to cook. They don't want to heat up their houses. I guess they f

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