Supermarkets have been sprouting parking-lot fueling centers for a while now as retailers increasingly turn to them in a bid to enhance profit and build ancillary benefit. As you'll see in this week's news feature in the Technology & Logistics section on Page 42, it must be working. The proportion of food retailers offering fuel sales is about 10%, a 4% increase against the previous year. That's because the idea that profits can be gleaned from fuel sales is evident on its face. But ...
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