PROVIDENCE, R.I. — United Natural Foods Inc. here said its first-quarter sales grew in double digits, despite a recent tepid report from its No. 1 customer, Whole Foods Market. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for updates throughout the day. “Maybe there's a little bit more volatility, up one week, down the next; but when you look at it over the course of a month or a quarter, we're not seeing any slowdown or change,” said Steven Spinner, president ...
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