Gasoline pricing in 2007 is as uncertain as ever, but supermarkets see this as an ideal environment in which to aggressively expand their fuel programs. Motor gasoline consumption in 2007 is expected to increase 1.1%, according to the U.S. government's Energy Information Administration. With fuel promotions and a growing number of freestanding gas stations, food retailers are poised to take advantage of heightened demand and pricing sensitivity, while strengthening their position in the ...
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