TRENTON, N.J. — The New Jersey Food Council, a trade association representing food retailers here, is supporting legislation that would allow retailers in New Jersey to cross-promote food and fuel offerings. The group blamed “outdated motor fuel statutes” for outlawing such programs in New Jersey, while retailers in other states are offering up to 50 cents off a gallon with points accrued from supermarket loyalty cards. The group in a statement Monday said a bill in the state assembly ...
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