Convenience stores are frequently, and correctly, identified as one of the trade channels that commands a sizable proportion of consumers' food spending, therefore directing revenue away from supermarkets. What's less well known is that the convenience sector may not be as robust as it seems, and it is coming under challenges that may oblige it to change in ways that will redound to the benefit of supermarkets. Let's take a closer look at what's going on here, using the results of a couple ...
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