Slowly but surely, the future is looking brighter for Winn-Dixie Stores. Since emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy two years ago this month, the company many observers once wrote off as irreversibly down and out is gradually climbing back up. The chain is moving forward with an aggressive remodeling program, and financial results are improving. But the challenges posed by the weakened economy may make Winn-Dixie's climb a bit tougher and cause a delay in any ultimate turnaround, they ...

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