SAN DIEGO Jack in the Box Inc. announced Thursday that it plans to sell its 61-unit Quick Stuff convenience store chain to focus on its namesake brand and the Qdoba Mexican Grill burrito chain.   The company said its board had approved a sale at its regular meeting in September but did not disclose the decision until today. It added that the Jack in the Box restaurants next to each c-store would not be included in the sale.     Linda Lang, Jack in the Box’s ...

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