AUSTIN, Texas -- Whole Foods Market here said it has seen no sign of a recession, with sales up 21.5% to $156.7 million in the quarter ended April 8. ustry analysts in a conference call following the release of the company's results from its continuing businesses only for the 12-week second quarter and 28-week first half. "Even in California, which has been hit hard by a slowing tech economy and high utility costs, our comps are running over 10% for the first few weeks of the third ...
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