Two weeks ago, the Pennsylvania-based convenience chain Wawa Food Market was featured in SN. As was mentioned in this space then, Wawa is seeking to differentiate itself by focusing on - what else - convenience. In Wawa's instance, that means considering whether certain slow-turning grocery items should remain in the stores at all, or, if so, they should be sold by the single unit instead of large packs. The intent is to liberate space to offer higher-volume categories such as salty snacks ...

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