There's no secret about the fact that supermarkets are casting about in different directions to find ancillary product lines to offer shoppers in a bid to take advantage of existing traffic, build traffic, and shore up flagging sales and profits. That's why parking lots are sprouting fuel and convenience stations and why interiors are sprouting film-developing kiosks and whatnot. And, as news and feature articles in this week's SN point out, there are many more moves of those sorts that ...
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