Publix 3Q sales up on inflation, economy

Publix Super Markets on Monday said that earnings increased 7.3% in the third quarter on a 6.3% increase in sales.

The Lakeland, Fla.-based retailer said sales for the period, which ended Sept. 26, totaled $7.8 billion. Comparable-store sales increased by 4.2%, mainly due to product cost inflation and increased customer counts resulting from a better economic climate, the company said.

Net earnings for the third

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