Convenience stores exist for the very reason that they are conveniently located, with a convenient selection of on-the-go foods and beverages. They offer an impressive array of products in a small footprint, though they have a difficult time shaking the general image of purveyors of cigarettes, lottery tickets and beer. A number of convenience channel retailers are striving to change this picture. The world leader, Dallas-based 7-Eleven, has added fresh sandwiches and fruit, among other ...

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