Booker grew sales by 14.3% in the three months to 26 May, 2018.
The wholesale giant seems to have suffered no ill effects from its association with Tesco – which reported a 1.8% growth in group sales in the same time period – which bought Booker for £3.7bn last year.
Tesco reported that a successful trial of selling the top 30 Booker product lines at two stores will now be rolled out to another 50 branches.
Dave Lewis, Tesco chief executive, said: “Our growth plans are on track and we are pleased with the momentum in the business. We remain well placed to serve our customers better and deliver on our medium-term financial ambitions.
“We are delighted with initial progress on Booker, and are focused on delivering the synergy benefits that our merger brings.”