AUSTIN, Texas — As expected, Whole Foods Market here said it has reached an agreement with a private equity firm to sell off the Henry's Farmers Market and Sun Harvest chains in California and Texas, respectively, after it completes its proposed acquisition of Wild Oats — assuming its gets antitrust approval for that deal — Whole Foods' chief executive officer said in a blog entry on the chain's website. He said Henry's and Sun Harvest, which operate 29 and eight stores, respectively, ...

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