NEW YORK -- Big V Supermarkets, Florida, N.Y., intends to pump $130 million into bigger stores in new markets in an aggressive plan to double the size of the company in four years, Mark Schwartz, Big V president and chief executive officer, said in a presentation here. Big V will open four stores in Pennsylvania and one on Long Island in 2000. The company plans to add six new stores in 2001, eight in 2002 and nine in 2003. Most of the new projects will be 79,000-square-foot superstores ...

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