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    ExxonMobil Selects Landshire

    All 600 of the retailer's company-owned stores will be supplied with packaged sandwiches.

    IRVING, Texas -- ExxonMobil Corp. signed a multi-year deal with St. Louis-based Landshire Inc. to supply all 600 of its company-owned convenience stores with packaged sandwiches, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.

    Landshire, which moved its corporate headquarters to St. Louis from Belleville, Mo., this year, will make the sandwiches at its new $5.4-million sandwich plant in Caseyville, Mo. They will then be distributed to 14 markets, including Chicago, San Antonio, Miami and California.

    Landshire also supplies sandwiches, burritos and pastry items to several other convenience store chains, such as Circle K and MotoMart, and other retailers including Walmart.

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