Take a look inside any Dollar General store, and you'll see shelves packed with Center Store products: condiments, canned goods, salty snacks, confections -- even private-label soda. Now, the Goodlettsville, Tenn., retailer is focusing on consumables even more with the expansion of an in-store cooler test program. The coolers are currently in 1,300 of Dollar General's more than 6,000 stores, and are slated for an additional 1,000 by year-end. Featuring between five and eight doors, the ...

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