AUSTIN, Texas — Whole Foods Market here said last week it was continuing to feel the impact of Hurricane Sandy in its Northeast stores roughly 10 days after the storm hit. The storm impacted 91 stores and four distribution facilities in four regions, John Mackey, chairman and co-chief executive officer, said during a conference call with analysts to discuss financial results for the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30. Whole Foods expects to record a one-time charge in the first ...
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