NEW YORK — Shares of Whole Foods Market reached a 52-week high Monday, closing at just over $100, despite a pullback in the markets overall. The Austin, Texas-based company joined a handful of U.S. supermarket chains that saw gains in Monday’s trading — Roundy’s Supermarkets, Weis Markets and Spartan Stores also saw gains, as did Whole Foods supplier United Natural Foods Inc. Edward Aaron, a Denver-based analyst with RBC Capital Markets, issued a report ...

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