NATICK, Mass. -- An accelerated program of merchandise resets to complement a focus on food items helped drive a sales increase of 12.1% during the first quarter at BJ's Wholesale Club here, company officials said. BJ's remerchandised approximately 75% of the aisles in its club stores -- more than 1 million linear feet -- during the first quarter ended May 3. The resets will help BJ's drive shopper frequency and margins as it continues to sharpen its competitive focus on supermarkets, said ...

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