Whole Foods Market halves its UK losses

Sales rise by 24% across upmarket US grocer’s nine UK stores with loss halving to £7.5m in 2014

Upmarket US grocer Whole Foods Market nearly halved losses in the UK last year as it increased sales by 24%.

The company was £7.5m in the red in the year to 28 September 2014, compared to a £14m loss a year before, as sales rose to £101m according to accounts for Fresh & Wild, the UK arm of the retail business which has nearly 400 stores across the US and Canada.

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