PROVIDENCE, R.I. — United Natural Foods Inc. last week said an increasing number of crossover consumers — shoppers who buy both organic and conventional products — helped boost financial results for the fiscal third quarter, which ended April 30. However, Steven L. Spinner, president and chief executive officer, said the company has seen some sequential declines of 300 to 400 basis points in overall sales growth during the first weeks of the fourth quarter. “We were a little bit surprised ...

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