Convenience-store chain Sheetz said it is improving its same-store food sales in this difficult economic environment with a nod to consumer fondness for grab-and-go options and heightened marketing of core value items. The Altoona, Pa.-based chain that now fields 374 locations said it had foodservice sales of $359.5 million from 363 stores for its latest completed fiscal year ended in September 2009. That reflected a year-over-year sales increase of 7.73 percent from a 3.95-percent gain ...

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