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The digital convenience operator is piloting six new market and expanded delivery zones.
The program is designed to understand how customers respond to merchandise valued at greater than $1.
Starbucks, Dunkin' and McDonald's close in-store dining across the nation.
The retailer will sign its first lease for a 6,000-square-foot store — which is roughly half the size of its smallest small-format model.
With the licensed version, customers announce themselves with a credit card vs. the mobile app.
Customers can get free breakfast sandwiches from both chains on March 2.
The store features ready-made meals and household essentials.
By exiting the limited-menu sites, the company will look to expand its next-generation restaurants.
Retailer plans for 1,000 store openings alongside remodels and relocations.
Convenience retailers must lean into their strengths and differentiators.
One San Francisco store is undergoing renovations to add hot food and espresso offerings.
Servings of specialty coffee ordered at these sites are up 14 percent.
The regional retailer is recognized for its sustained focus and excellence in assortment relevance and private brand.
C-store retailers are up against e-commerce, small formats, delivery services and more.