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Mastroberte, Tammy
September 2007
Convenience Store News;9/17/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p65
Trade Publication
The article presents the 2007 Convenience Store (CS) News industry report aimed at determining the top five edible and nonedible grocery items in eight U.S. regions like California. In in store-sales, edible grocery category is mentioned as the fifth largest and the nonedible category is listed No.10. Throughout the U.S., the top nonedible items include toilet paper, paper towels, tissues and laundry detergent with high edible grocery sales of frozen food, perishables, coffee, sugar and cereal.


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