GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. -- Dollar General here said last week it has been pleased with the performance of its first two Dollar General Market stores, which place a heavy emphasis on food offerings. As previously reported, the company plans to open 20 more Dollar General Markets this year, most of them in the latter half of 2004. Also this year, the company plans to roll out perishable-foods coolers to 3,500 locations, which would increase perishables penetration to 80% of its stores. The ...

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