WHOLE FOODS MARKET sees attractive growth opportunities outside the U.S. — in Canada, the United Kingdom and beyond, according to company executives. According to Walter E. Robb, co-chief executive officer, “We have 95% of our chips in the U.S., but Canada has a 17% corporate tax rate and values as a country that are very much in alignment with ours in terms of community and the environment. “Canada is a great place to do business, and we are doing extremely well ...

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