It's not hard to guess the top-selling offerings at convenience stores. Most people, given enough time to think it over, would probably correctly identify some items from a list that includes gasoline, cigarettes, beer, soda, candy and other snack foods. But Jeff Lenard, spokesman for the National Association of Convenience Stores, summarized the channel's offerings in one word: "What convenience retailers are selling," he said, "is time." Grab your lunch or breakfast while you are ...
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