SAN ANTONIO -- Whole Foods Market here said last week that negative comments about its profitability by an independent research publication were without basis in fact as it reported increased sales and same-store sales for the second quarter ended April 12. on the content of the report when contacted by SN last week. Whole Foods said the report resulted in a sell-off of its stock and a drop in the stock price from $67 to a two-month low of 58-7/8 early last week because of a false ...

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