Irene Jiang / Business Insider Hello! If this is your first time reading The Drive-Thru, welcome to BI Retail's weekly rundown of the biggest news in shopping, food, and more. I'm Shoshy Ciment, a junior retail reporter interrupting your regularly scheduled programming to fill in for Kate Taylor as she heads to sunny Orlando, Florida, for the ICR Conference. And no, this freezing Florida native is not jealous at all.See the rest of the story at...

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