MINNEAPOLIS -- Supervalu here last week said its Save-A-Lot licensees would remodel 200 to 300 stores this year as the company focuses on rebuilding flagging sales at the limited-assortment chain. In a conference call with analysts discussing results for the 16-week first quarter that ended June 18, Jeff Noddle, chairman and chief executive officer, Supervalu, said Save-A-Lot operators would spend $20 million to $30 million upgrading older stores to the chain's new look. "We are very ...

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