Dry grocery has never been a huge part of Wawa Food Market's business. But now it's getting even smaller. As it shifts more focus to fresh foods and aims to position itself as a destination stop, the convenience store chain is slashing its dry grocery assortment in half by rationalizing SKUs, cutting subcategories and, in a few cases, eliminating categories altogether. Wawa is working toward 3- to 6-foot grocery planograms, down from at least 12 feet just a few years ago, said Robert ...
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