JACKSON, Miss. -- Jitney-Jungle Stores of America here has unveiled specific projects for the first year of its two-year $50 million capital agenda, including plans to remerchandise most of its combination stores to conform with its new strategy of concentrating on more basic merchandising. Ron Johnson, chairman and chief executive officer, told SN the company expects to spend approximately $25 million in 2000 to open one new store, do 34 remodelings and 16 store remerchandisings and open ...

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