WAYNE, N.J. -- Grand Union Co. here said last week it will spend $115 million on capital development in fiscal 2000 on 53 separate projects -- its biggest budget in 10 years. al projects for the fiscal year, which began April 4, will include 10 new or replacement stores -- which will add approximately 410,000 square feet, or 7%, to the company's store base; three store expansions; 14 major remodels; 18 minor remodels; and eight store conversions, plus technology installations. J. Wayne ...

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