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Two Alabama Stations Add E85 Fuel

January 24, 2011

BAINBRIDGE, GA - Southwest Georgia Oil Co., which operates under the trade name Inland Food Stores, has begun offering fleets and consumers E85 fuel at the company's SunValley Market stores in Enterprise and Dotham, Ala., according to CSP Daily News.

The 85-percent ethanol blend can be used in flex-fuel vehicles.

Ethanol used in the fuel sold at these Alabama stations is produced at the First United Ethanol plant in Camilla, Ga.

Based in Bainbridge, Ga., Southwest Georgia Oil plans to add more E85 fuel pumps to Inland Food Store locations in Georgia, Florida and Alabama.

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