WAYNE, N.J. -- Grand Union Co. here said its MASTERS (Maximize All Space, Totally Expand the Right Stuff) store-upgrade program is on course, despite higher-than-expected costs. er, we continued the implementation of our strategic plan by installing equipment for our 'Best Take-Out Restaurant in Town' program in many additional stores and by testing our 'Fresh at Five' program in 25 stores," said Joseph J. McCaig, president and chief executive officer. "The growing, positive customer ...

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