DAYVILLE, Conn. - United Natural Foods here in January will become the primary supplier for Whole Foods stores in Southern California, Southern Nevada and Arizona, adding around $100 million in additional annual sales for United Natural, the distributor here said yesterday. The addition of Whole Foods‘ Southern Pacific region supplements the seven-year distribution deal between United and Whole Foods announced last month. For the fiscal first quarter ended Oct. 28, United reported net income ...

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