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C-store Technology Spending Is Increasing & Evolving

The Convenience Store News Virtual Technology Leadership Series provided analysis and insights based on exclusive research.

C-store prepared food buyers say they can find better quality elsewhere.

C-store prepared food purchasers are a prime opportunity for increasing basket size.

EG America jumped four spots in this year’s ranking to break into the top 10.

Midyear Report Card shows most in-store product categories were negatively impacted.

Convenience store retailers have little choice but to rapidly innovate as the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on their foodservice business.

C-store foodservice shoppers don’t want to have to sacrifice quality for price.

Under increasing pressure, the convenience store industry’s single-store owners and small chains are responding to adversity with creativity and innovation.

Eighty percent of respondents have not announced when restrictions will be lifted.

Beer buying drives men to c-stores, while candy buying is a sweet spot for women.

Candy and snacks fulfill various need states for consumers — from satisfying a craving, to treating or rewarding themselves, to supporting their emotional wellbeing, to taking part in important holidays and celebrations. In this special “Candy & Snacks Deep Dive” report, a bonus supplement to the Convenience Store News 2020 Industry Report, we present exclusive data and analysis of the candy, salty snacks and alternative snacks categories.

Despite new regulations further challenging the business, tobacco remains a top moneymaker for the nation's convenience stores. In this special “Tobacco Deep Dive” report, a bonus supplement to the Convenience Store News 2020 Industry Report, we present exclusive data and analysis of the cigarettes and other tobacco products categories.

Most respondents expect their business to return to 75 percent of normal by July 1.

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