BOULDER, Colo. -- With the addition of 20 more stores than it had a year ago, Wild Oats Markets here said sales increased for the year ended Dec. 28, while a nonrecurring charge resulted in an earnings loss for the year. store in Seattle and certain acquisition-related costs. For the 13-week quarter net income was $836,000, compared with a loss a year ago, while sales rose 111% to $30 million and same-store sales climbed 3.8%. The company said it attributed the sales increases to the ...

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