PROVIDENCE, R.I. — United Natural Foods here said it will phase in at least $100 million in new sales this year from two new customers of its specialty division. However, Steven L. Spinner, president and chief executive officer, declined to identify the customers when questioned by analysts during an investor call last week to discuss financial results for the second quarter and first half, which ended Jan. 30. “With the addition of specialty, we're starting to expand the relationships we ...

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