A Trial of Tastes

Lisanti, Linda
February 2006
Convenience Store News;2/13/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p37
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the search for a good food service program by the 24/7 Xpress, a chain of convenience stores in Las Vegas. Hot Stuff Foods provided the solution that 24/7 Xpress was seeking. Hot Stuff's Food Xpress program supplies the right product assortment, packaging, marketing materials, merchandising equipment and labeling for their operation and requires minimal preparation and management. An initial investment of about $12,000 bought all the necessary equipment and kiosks made 24/7 Xpress entirely different in its market image and consumer choice.


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