DALLAS — Convenience retailer 7-Eleven plans to have 700 stores offering foods prepared in-store by the end of the year, following the success of a prepared-food pilot program in southeastern Virginia, according to a report by CSP Daily News. Launched in March, the pilot program presented shoppers with a menu of hot foods including pizza, chicken wings, chicken tenders, Jamaican beef patties and cinnamon churros, with most prepared using high-speed TurboChef Ovens. The program led to higher ...

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