NEW YORK -- Whole Foods Market said it will use its newly acquired nutraceuticals producer, Amrion, to launch a line of private-label nutritional supplements. Peter Roy, president of the Austin, Texas-based chain, said Whole Foods expects the products to generate $25 million in sales over the next three years. Speaking before investors and financial analysts here at a conference sponsored by Robertson, Stephens & Co., San Francisco, Roy said nutritional supplements and other natural ...

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