(Feb. 15) With cigarette revenue declining, 7-Eleven Inc., the Dallas-based convenience store chain, is looking to fresh items – like papaya-mango fruit cups with chili-lime spice and turkey capicolla wraps with basil spread – to take up the slack, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Employees got a sample of what’s in store at the "University of 7-Eleven" Feb. 14 at the Dallas Convention Center.

The company said fresh food now accounts for more than 10% of its sales and is considered a growth opportunity.

"We'd like to see it grow to 30 percent,” 7-Eleven spokeswoman Margaret Chabris said in the article.