C-ing the future

Lewis, Len
February 1997
Progressive Grocer;Feb97, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p122
Trade Publication
Reports that convenience stores (c-stores) in the United States are jumping on the prepared foods bandwagon. Statistics on c-stores; Percentage of c-stores' sales that can be traced to fast-food operations; Reason for the c-store industry's push into foodservice; Comments from Gerald Lewis, chairman of CDI Group Incorporated.


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