JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Winn-Dixie Stores here plans to increase capital spending in its stores and warehouse facilities by about 7% in fiscal 1997. de, Winn-Dixie said in its annual report that it plans 70 new stores and 90 remodels, compared with 61 new or acquired units and 128 remodels in fiscal 1996. The chain closed 58 older, smaller stores last year but didn't specify possible closings this fiscal year. At fiscal year-end June 26, Winn-Dixie operated 1,178 stores, averaging 38,800 ...

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