Village Super Market, (VLGEA) falls 0.51% on Strong Volume September 14

Equities Staff  |

Village Super Market, Inc. - Class A (NASDAQ: VLGEA), a Springfield, New Jersey, company, fell to close at $21.61 Tuesday after losing $0.11 (0.51%) on volume of 31,152 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $21.93 to a low of $21.60 while Village Super Market,’s market cap now stands at $221,698,892.

About Village Super Market, Inc. - Class A

Village Super Market, Inc. owns and operates supermarkets. The Company, through its subsidiaries, provides prepared food, natural and organic food, seafood products, bakery products, and pharmacy services. Village Super Market serves customers in the United States.

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