Distribution consolidating products

It's well established that mainstream grocers are looking for more natural and organic offerings, but specialty grocers are increasingly looking for conventional offerings, they said.

This reflects consumers' desire to build hybrid carts that include both natural and conventional products.

"There's no perfect acquisition, but acquiring Supervalu puts us in a position to win," Spinner said.

The greatest asset the combined companies believe they have is a robust product selection across channels and categories — from natural and organic produce to conventional groceries, and everything in between.

Currently UNFI does billion in natural produce sales,

It's well established that mainstream grocers are looking for more natural and organic offerings, but specialty grocers are increasingly looking for conventional offerings, they said.This reflects consumers' desire to build hybrid carts that include both natural and conventional products."There's no perfect acquisition, but acquiring Supervalu puts us in a position to win," Spinner said.The greatest asset the combined companies believe they have is a robust product selection across channels and categories — from natural and organic produce to conventional groceries, and everything in between.Currently UNFI does $3 billion in natural produce sales, $1.5 billion in produce and $1.5 billion in private brands.UNFI's biggest growth opportunity right now, officials said, is cross-selling retailers on products outside their core focus.Doing so will eliminate duplicate processes, while still allowing for high-speed fulfillment, company officials said.

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It's well established that mainstream grocers are looking for more natural and organic offerings, but specialty grocers are increasingly looking for conventional offerings, they said.

This reflects consumers' desire to build hybrid carts that include both natural and conventional products.

"There's no perfect acquisition, but acquiring Supervalu puts us in a position to win," Spinner said.

The greatest asset the combined companies believe they have is a robust product selection across channels and categories — from natural and organic produce to conventional groceries, and everything in between.

Currently UNFI does $3 billion in natural produce sales, $1.5 billion in produce and $1.5 billion in private brands.

.5 billion in produce and

It's well established that mainstream grocers are looking for more natural and organic offerings, but specialty grocers are increasingly looking for conventional offerings, they said.This reflects consumers' desire to build hybrid carts that include both natural and conventional products."There's no perfect acquisition, but acquiring Supervalu puts us in a position to win," Spinner said.The greatest asset the combined companies believe they have is a robust product selection across channels and categories — from natural and organic produce to conventional groceries, and everything in between.Currently UNFI does $3 billion in natural produce sales, $1.5 billion in produce and $1.5 billion in private brands.UNFI's biggest growth opportunity right now, officials said, is cross-selling retailers on products outside their core focus.Doing so will eliminate duplicate processes, while still allowing for high-speed fulfillment, company officials said.

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It's well established that mainstream grocers are looking for more natural and organic offerings, but specialty grocers are increasingly looking for conventional offerings, they said.

This reflects consumers' desire to build hybrid carts that include both natural and conventional products.

"There's no perfect acquisition, but acquiring Supervalu puts us in a position to win," Spinner said.

The greatest asset the combined companies believe they have is a robust product selection across channels and categories — from natural and organic produce to conventional groceries, and everything in between.

Currently UNFI does $3 billion in natural produce sales, $1.5 billion in produce and $1.5 billion in private brands.

.5 billion in private brands.

In the Financial Management category, SAP Financial Consolidation has a market share of about 0.1%.Suppliers have also been dealing with strained capacity, high freight costs and an inability to pass along higher prices to retailers.Supervalu, meanwhile, has contributed softer-than-anticipated sales so far, raising fears that the new acquisition will become an anchor on the business.UNFI's stock price has tumbled nearly 50% over the past three months.During the company's investor day conference yesterday in Orlando, UNFI officials sought to steady the ship.

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