AUSTIN, Texas — Whole Foods Market here said Wednesday "strong execution" produced the company's strongest overall results in the past five years for the fiscal second quarter. With long-term debt fully repaid, Whole Foods is considering other uses for its growing cash flow balance — which totalled $71.2 million for the quarter – including accelerating store growth, raising the dividend or repurchasing stock, John Mackey, co-chief executive officer, said. Net income for the 12-week ...

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