Harris Teeter Sees Gains in Visits, Basket Size

CHARLOTTE — Ruddick Corp., parent of the Harris Teeter chain based here, said customer counts and average ticket both increased during the fiscal third quarter, helping drive comparable-store sales gains of 4.37% for the period and 2.68% year-to-date. Despite an overall environment of slower economic growth, our customers have responded positively to our promotional activity, as evidenced by increases

CHARLOTTE — Ruddick Corp., parent of the Harris Teeter chain based here, said customer counts and average ticket both increased during the fiscal third quarter, helping drive comparable-store sales gains of 4.37% for the period and 2.68% year-to-date.

“Despite an overall environment of slower economic growth, our customers have responded positively to our promotional activity, as evidenced by increases dur

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