Editor's note: These portfolios were reviewed on June 10, 2019.
Over the past few decades, grocery stores have increasingly aimed to serve as one-stop shops for busy consumers. The trend started with supermarkets bolting on pharmacies and selling toiletries; banks, coffee bars, and restaurants came next. In-grocery bars seem to be the latest fad, with retailers hoping that consumers might be more likely to open their pocketbooks for pricey cheeses and takeaway foods if their cupholders contain a frosty pint of craft beer or glass of wine.
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