CHESAPEAKE, Va. — Dollar Tree here said Thursday it would add coolers for fresh food to 100 more stores this year than it initially anticipated, with plans to capitalize on the traffic and comparable-sales boost those offerings bring. Speaking in an earnings call with analysts, Bob Sasser, Dollar Tree's chief executive officer, said the chain would add coolers to 325 stores this year, up from earlier projection of 225. The additional stores would allow perishable food to be in roughly half ...

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