MILAN, Ill. -- A major investment in capital projects has already begun to pay off for Eagle Food Centers here, the company said last week. The company spent heavily during the year, including the last quarter, on several projects, according to Bob Kelly, president and chief executive officer. In particular, he noted $3 million in new technology. Kelly said new systems have yielded positive results in "improvement in shrink" and pointed out "we're really starting to realize improvement in ...

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