BOULDER, Colo. -- Wild Oats Markets here said last week its restructuring effort is off to a slower start than the company had initially anticipated. Delays in store remodelings and dispositions contributed to a 2% decline in comparable-store sales at Wild Oats during its fiscal second quarter ended July 1, company officials said. The remodelings and store dispositions -- part of a restructuring plan announced in May that is designed to attract more "crossover" shoppers -- are expected to ...

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