DAYVILLE, Conn. — United Natural Foods here last week said it has not seen any indications of trading down by consumers in its core natural and organic product business despite the concerns over the economy and rising prices, and despite indications from Whole Foods' results that such customers were cutting back. “I would describe the quarter as well as the period after the quarter as very consistent,” said Michael Funk, president and chief executive officer at the natural food wholesaler, ...

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