DAYVILLE, Conn. — United Natural Foods here will begin distributing groceries to Whole Foods Market stores in Southern California, Nevada and Arizona in January, officials of United Natural said last week. The switch, when combined with other new accounts, is expected to account for around $100 million in annual sales for United Natural, according to company officials. It also comes as a blow to Nature's Best, the Brea, Calif.-based natural/organic supplier that currently serves Whole Foods ...

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