BOULDER, Colo. -- Wild Oats Markets here said the negative effects of switching distributors will be largely behind it by next year. The natural-products retailer revealed in a conference call with analysts that supply chain inefficiencies in the third quarter had a negative impact on sales and margins in the 13-week period that ended Sept. 27. The call followed another recent call in which the company said it would revert back to United Natural Foods, Dayville, Conn., as its primary ...
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