DALLAS — 7-Eleven, with a new proprietary line, is set to make sales of fresh foods 20% of its total sales within the next few years, officials said. The convenience store chain, which operates and franchises more than 7,400 stores in the United States, is getting on the good-for-you food bandwagon as a result of consumer demand for healthier fare. “Fresh foods categories are a top focus for 7-Eleven Inc.,” spokesperson Margaret Chabris told SN. “We have an ...

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