Sprouts Farmers Market on Thursday said its sales grew 27% in the fourth quarter, fueled by new-store openings and double-digit comps. Net income grew 174% in the quarter, to $9.3 million. Adjusted for several one-time items, net income was up 119%, to $11.4 million, compared with the year-ago fourth quarter. Sales totaled $608.2 million. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for updates throughout the day. Comparable-store sales were up 13.8% in the period, and pro forma ...

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