It's not your mother's Winn-Dixie.
The remodeled stores Winn-Dixie is operating across its five-state area are clean, fresh, contemporary and neighborhood-specific — a broad contrast to the tired, generic and outdated units the chain was operating when it came out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy two years ago this month.
The changes are obvious from the moment a customer walks in “and finds herself surrounded by perishables — fresh and local,” Jim Carrado, vice president, neighborhood ...
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