PROVIDENCE, R.I. — United Natural Foods Inc. here last week posted a quarterly sales increase of nearly 11%, exceeding earlier estimates and providing more evidence of a sustained rebound in food sales — at least among some sectors of the economy. The natural and organics distributor, whose results are tethered to that of its largest customer, Whole Foods Market, also reported increases in its sales to conventional supermarkets and independent food retailers in the fiscal third quarter, ...

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