DAYVILLE, Conn. — The addition of the Whole Foods Market distribution account in Southern California proved to be a distraction for United Natural Foods, officials from the wholesaler, based here, said last week in a conference call while discussing results for United's third fiscal quarter.
“In our Western region, it was all hands on deck to make it happen in a short period of time, and we lost some focus on the basic things that we do normally well day in and day out,” said Michael Funk, ...
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