JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Winn-Dixie Stores here, which just suffered an unexpected $79.5 million quarterly loss, has come out fighting. The company said it has launched a turnaround effort focused on making its stores better lighted, strengthening its perishables offering and, probably, cutting back on its geographic range. During a conference call late last month with industry analysts to discuss results for the second quarter and half ended Jan. 7, Frank Lazaran, Winn-Dixie's president and ...

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