MINNEAPOLIS -- As part of its fiscal 1995 capital-expenditure program, Supervalu here said it expects to spend about $150 million to support its independent-retailer customers. e capital budget totaled $450 million in fiscal 1994, which ends today. More than one-half of the 1995 capital budget, or $283 million, is earmarked for improvements on the food-distribution side of Supervalu's operations. This includes the $150 million targeted to support store development and financing for the ...

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