INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets here has budgeted $35 million for capital expenditures in fiscal 1995 -- about 21% less than it spent last year. The chain will spend the money to open two new Marsh supermarkets, a new LoBill Foods unit and five Village Pantry convenience stores and to acquire "several sites" for future store development, according to the chain's annual report. In fiscal 1994, Marsh spent $44.3 million to open six supermarkets (including two LoBill limited-assortment ...

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