GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General Corp. here said it plans to continue to test its large-format Dollar General store based on “very strong” customer response. The large format stores cover 10,000 square feet — compared with 7,200 square feet at a conventional Dollar General store and 16,000 square feet at a Dollar General Market — and feature expanded cooler space but no fresh meats or produce. The company declined to indicate how many large-format ...

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