PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Sales to conventional supermarkets — including the first full quarter of business with Safeway — led to a 15.5% sales gain during the fiscal second quarter for United Natural Foods Inc., the distributor here said last week. The Safeway addition helped UNFI increase overall sales to conventional supermarkets by 32% in the quarter. The Pleasanton, Calif.-based chain began sourcing from UNFI late last year. Conventional supermarkets now comprise 25% of ...

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