ALTOONA Penn. Sheetz, the chain of foodservice-oriented convenience stores, has revamped its menu pricing to charge customers for the toppings they specify, instead of offering each item at one price regardless of how it’s garnished. The change in approach has allowed the 392-unit chain to lower the price for 20 menu items, the family-owned Sheetz Inc. indicated in a statement. But patrons ordering one of those less-expensive selections would then pay for the toppings they specify. ...

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