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7-Eleven Franchisee Sentenced For Exploiting Illegal Workers, And More…

Last updated on June 13th, 2024 at 05:24 pm

Convenience Store News In Brief

7-Eleven franchisee Farrukh Baig has been sentenced in federal court to 87 months in prison following his guilty plea to committing wire fraud and concealing and harboring illegal aliens employed at 7-Eleven franchise stores throughout Long Island, New York, and Virginia…

Japan Tobacco Inc. will acquire Logic Technology Development, a major U.S. e-cigarette brand. Logic sells a range of rechargeable, ready-to-use and disposable e-cigarettes…

Golbon, a national food service buying group, has announced a new distributor member: The George J. Falter Co. of Baltimore, Maryland. Currently owned and operated by fifth-generation family, the company has gone from distributing candy and tobacco to being a full-line distributor. Falter Co. warehouses and distributes lines of frozen foods, beverages, dry groceries, automotive supplies, food service products and health and beauty care items.

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