DALLAS -- 7-Eleven here is increasing its investment in fresh foods with new items such as co-branded stuffed baked potatoes and salad cups, an expansion of its Deli Central program and the addition of more commissaries, said officials of the nation's largest convenience store chain. The activity is concurrent with the promotion of Jim Richter, a former supermarket executive, to 7-Eleven's vice president of fresh foods. Officials said the appointment is an indication the chain is committed ...
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