JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Winn-Dixie has never been known as an upscale food-shopping destination, but when the company decided to downscale its format in the Atlanta market two years ago, it apparently struck a chord with consumers. The company attributed its comparable-store sales gains during several recent quarters at least in part to the success of its new Save Rite Grocery Warehouse stores. In the past two years the company has converted 43 locations in Atlanta to Save Rite, plus nine ...
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