ORLANDO, Fla. -- The future of the nation's convenience stores rides on satisfying consumer demand for fresh and chilled food. If the convenience store retailers can't deliver, they risk losing business to food retailers, according to a new forecast presented here last week during the National Association of Convenience Stores Show. The report, "The Shape of Convenience: The Next Five Years," is a five-year study of the convenience store industry in the United Kingdom and the United States. ...

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