convenience store

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a store selling a limited variety of food and pharmaceutical items

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Sales growth in the convenience store industry has cooled off considerably since 2006 as the economic downturn and fluctuations in gasoline prices have impacted gasoline consumption and miles driven by consumers.
This report is an in-depth study and evaluation of the past, current and future market trends in the US Convenience Store industry.
Looking deeper, Nielsen's analysis shows that six out of the top-selling product categories in convenience stores, such as carbonated beverages, snacks and candy, are significantly underdeveloped in private label, representing opportunities for convenience store retailers.
CSX has the largest database of by-month financial and operating data of convenience store and petroleum marketing chains in the industry.
Kum & Go is currently the seventh-largest privately held convenience store chain.
is the leading independently operated convenience store chain in the southeastern United States and one of the largest independently operated convenience store chains in the country, with net sales for fiscal 2005 of approximately $4.
CocoaVia[R] Heart Healthy Snacks are currently sold in multi-packs at mass merchandisers, grocery stores, convenience stores and other retail outlets around the country.
John Lofstock, editor-in-chief of Convenience Store Decisions and Doug Spencer, industry relations special projects manager for NACS will moderate the webcast.
Circle K is a subsidiary of Couche-Tard which leads the Canadian convenience store industry and is the second largest independent convenience store operator not integrated with a petroleum company in North America.
TNS has found the solution to meet the growing demand for IP conversion at the point-of-sale - FusionPoint Express by TNS not only meets this need for our convenience store and merchant customers but does so without incurring hard and soft costs associated with replacing legacy equipment," said Don Bumgardner, vice president, convenience stores and petroleum, TNS.
The convenience store has become an essential part of people's everyday life.
9 June 2016 - Westlake, Ohio-based gasoline and convenience store business TravelCenters of America LLC has completed the acquisition of five convenience stores located in Illinois, the company said.
While the convenience store industry set several sales records last year, growth of in-store sales - the most profitable part of a c-store's business - rose just 3 percent, the lowest percentage sales gain since the Great Recession of 2008.
com)-- The report begins with an introduction section, comprising of the description of convenience stores along with the significant focus areas for the development of the domestic convenience store market.