NEW YORK -- Whole Foods Market is in an aggressive expansion phase, building larger stores that often can be clustered closer together. As the Austin, Texas-based natural and organic food retailer reaches greater market saturation in its operational areas, self-distribution on the East and West Coasts could become more economically feasible, John Mackey, chairman, president and chief executive officer, told investors during the Goldman Sachs Annual Global Retailing Conference here this ...

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