MOBILE, Ala. -- Delchamps here plans to fuel its financial growth with capital projects and systems upgrades in fiscal 1997. The chain has budgeted $25.2 million for capital spending in 1997, 16% more than the $21.7 million in fiscal 1996, the company's annual report said. Projects include two new stores, 17 remodels and installation of more front-end equipment. New stores will be in current markets, but no sites have not been chosen yet, Timothy E. Kullman, senior vice president and chief ...

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