PHOENIX — Sprouts Farmers Market here is continuing to pursue its growth-through-acquisition strategy, and it may not be finished following its pending merger with Sunflower Farmers Market. “We are excited to help the company prepare for continued growth throughout the U.S.,” according to Andrew S. Jhawar, a senior partner at Apollo Global Management, the New York-based investment firm that is Sprouts’ majority owner. Sprouts this month agreed to acquire ...

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