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The selection of prospective breakout brands was chosen from 7-Eleven's "Next Up" showcase event, held last fall.
Varieties include Spicy, Dill and Sweet and Spicy.
To find out more about this growing snack segment, download this new infographic from Convenience Store News and Jack Links.
The Little Debbie maker will acquire Prairie City Bakery and carry on the brand name.
C-store operators must cater to changing preferences, while still satisfying traditionalists’ needs.
Confectionery and snack gains consistently outpace growth seen in total store and the perimeter, but innovation is key.
Operators will partner with the company to develop a customized test-and-learn solution aimed at tackling shopping challenges.
Customers can text "CHOS" to receive a $1 mobile offer all weekend long.
The new variety joins the line of crunchy puffed snacks.
The leaders from Family Express and Jack Link’s will be honored this fall.
The latest seasonal treats include Lemon Mini Donuts and Peach Sweet Rolls.
Customers who purchase any hot pretzel will receive a free Chill Zone beverage.
Prepared foods and fresh and healthy products are expected to lead sales growth.
Revamped packaging features vibrant fruit imagery.
The confectionery company will enter new strategic product categories with the $1.3-billion deal.
President and CEO Brian Hannasch cites Holiday's center-store strategies and labor practices as notable areas.
This new product marks the first-ever soft chew added to the brand's portfolio.
CBD-infused items, alternative proteins and oat milk were prominent on the trade show floor.
Circle K is one of the c-store chains utilizing the cloud-based Pep Worx platform.
The convenience store chain cites loyalty and private-label programs as key pillars of growth.
Consumers say their purchases of baked goods, candy, salty snacks and gum would increase.
The bars feature 12 grams of protein and 15 to 16 grams of whole grains.
Local is the next generation of organic, and new players shake up the status quo.
The Traditionalist is the most common persona and prefers options like potato chips, nuts and seeds.