NORFOLK, Va. -- Camellia Food Stores here plans to increase nonfood to about 6% of total store sales over the next year through replanograms, increased advertising and new j-hook and power panel programs. The company's 22 Be-Lo stores and 19 units trading under the Meatland and Food City banners are poised "to battle for growth," said David Scully, director of operations and merchandising. Nonfood currently accounts for less than 5% of total store sales. One of the ways it is strengthening ...

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