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foxtrot-exterior-promo.jpg Bob Stefko
Foxtrot, a fast-growing chain with eight stores in Chicago and two in Dallas, has mastered the mix of convenience and experience.

Foxtrot melds digital and experiential for maximum convenience

Five years ago, Mike LaVitola opened a delivery-only "convenience store" that evolved into a brick and mortar/digital-hybrid chain

Over the past few years, convenience has emerged as king, an asset that shoppers increasingly demand and natural products stores strive to deliver, without compromising their identity. To that end, retailers have beefed up grab-and-go sets, opened smaller-format stores and, in response to COVID-19, implemented or expanded curbside pickup and delivery.

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