PROVIDENCE, R.I. — United Natural Foods Inc. here said Thursday an increasing number of crossover consumers — those who shop for both organic and conventional products — helped boost financial results for the fiscal third quarter that ended April 30. Net income for the quarter rose 19.9% to $23.4 million, while sales increased 22.1% to a record $1.2 billion. Sales grew consistently across all customer channels, Steven Spinner, president and chief executive officer, noted, including 19.8% ...

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