Once upon a time, the college convenience store existed in a spartan form as a convenient outlet for students to purchase items they needed for dorm life: toiletries, cleaning products, plus candy and gum. That stuff still flies off the shelves, but it represents a much smaller part of the product mix these days, and the campus c-store is morphing into a much more comprehensive services provider. Not inconsequentially, it is also growing as a campus foodservice outlet as the minimal ...
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