Walk into any Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market, and it's the very first thing you see: beverages, ready to go. The Grab It & Go bar, located just inside the entrance of stores in Wal-Mart's growing supermarket-only chain, offers self-serve breakfast pastries, newspapers and fountain drinks -- coffee, soda and frozen beverages -- using a drop-box "honor system." The idea caters to consumers hurrying off to work in the morning, said Sharon Weber, a spokeswoman for the Bentonville, Ark.-based ...

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