WHOLE FOODS MARKET, Austin, Texas, plans to acquire Amrion, a nutraceuticals manufacturer based in Boulder, Colo., in a stock-for-stock transfer merger expected to take place during the fourth quarter.
rter increased 558% to $1.7 million. Since 1996, the company has acquired 19 stores and opened eight new units.
INGLES MARKETS, Black Mountain, N.C., said last week it expects primary earnings per common share for the third quarter ended June 28 to be in the range of 21 to 23 cents, below ...
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