January 22, 1989
The Stater Brothers market chain recalled some of its house-brand ice cream because of possible exposure to ammonia from a refrigerant leak during manufacture. Staters spokesman Tom Reingrover said the half-gallon packages affected contain golden vanilla and chocolate ice cream and are marked with the code number 092289. "It's strictly a precautionary thing," he said. "We found very little product affected."
February 6, 2001
* El Segundo-based Infonet Services Inc. reported fiscal third-quarter operating profit of $700,000, or a penny a share, compared with a loss of $24 million, or 5 cents, a year ago. Sales rose 34% to $162 million. * Colton-based supermarket operator Stater Bros. Holdings Inc. reported a 5% decrease in fiscal first-quarter profit, earning $1.8 million for the period ended Dec. 24, compared with $1.9 million a year ago. Sales rose 5% to a record $624.8 million.
February 8, 2007 |
Profit tripled at the Stater Bros. supermarket chain in the latest quarter, the Colton-based company said Wednesday. Stater Bros. Holdings Inc. said improved profit margins and declining expenses pushed its net income for its fiscal first quarter ended Dec. 24 to $9.9 million from $3.3 million. With 162 stores, Stater Bros. is the largest privately held supermarket chain in Southern California. It discloses its earnings and sales because the company has public bonds. Sales rose 4.
August 11, 2004 |
Stater Bros. Holdings Inc. reported that it swung to a loss in its third quarter despite a 23% rise in sales. For the quarter ended June 27, the Colton-based supermarket chain posted a loss of $5.8 million, reversing a year-earlier profit of $769,000. Sales rose to $848 million from $688.1 million. The company attributed much of the loss to $25.5 million in pretax interest expenses from retiring some debt outstanding and from redemption of notes from Santee Dairies. -- Dawn Wotapka
October 26, 1989 |
Supermarket ATMs: Five Stater Bros. markets have been chosen to test automated teller machines, including the store on Baker Street in Costa Mesa. The machines, which will be located in well-lit areas in front of the supermarkets, are intended to provide more convenient service for customers, according to the Colton-based chain. "We feel the machines are a step to providing a convenient location for our customers to perform banking transactions," said Jack J. Brown, Stater Bros.'