Stepping Up

Hanson, Angela
May 2013
Convenience Store News;May2013, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p38
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the evolution of drugstore operator The Walgreen Co.'s Up Market foodservice program. The program offers fresh sandwiches, sushi, a juice bar and more to professionals who do not have time for a restaurant meal in the middle of the workday. The company focuses on food safety and employee training to combat the common perception that convenience stores lag behind in these areas.


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