PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Keeping up with the rapid growth of the natural and organic food market is proving strenuous for United Natural Foods Inc. The distributor last week said hiccups while launching a new transportation management system contributed to a reduction in gross margins during the fiscal fourth quarter. And while officials were confident that problem was already behind UNFI, the company last week was facing a potential strike from warehouse employees in Washington while it ...

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