COPPELL, Texas -- With gas prices expected to be in the $2-per-gallon range this summer, retailers and analysts said fuel centers attached to supermarkets are in a good position to compete on price and weather a possible downturn in gasoline consumption. Supermarket operators, who are increasingly grabbing market share from traditional gas retailers, said aggressive pricing is their main strategy. "I think it will be good for us because we're so competitively priced," said Ted Fullerton, ...

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