COLTON, Calif. -- Stater Bros. Markets here said the freestanding checkout-lane displays it recently rolled out in 31 stores are driving increased sales of general merchandise and snacks. The "island" racks, which have four facings for magazines, various general merchandise items, candy and other snack items, were installed in late August in 31 of the 33 Stater Bros. stores in southern California that previously had been Albertson's stores. Stater Bros. acquired 33 Albertson's and 10 ...

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