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C-store Beverage Trips Improving, Though Fountain Continues to Struggle

Fountain coffee is down approximately 40 percent, while bottled java is up 3 percent.

AAA: No Spike Expected in August Gas Prices

Year-over-year demand is down about 8 percent as COVID-19 cases increase.

Hard seltzer drove more than $100 million in retail off-premise dollar sales for the the week ending June 13.

A gas pump

The South and Southeast continue to see the lowest state averages in the country.

For the week ended July 5, packaged beverage dollars were up nearly 11 percent year over year.

Packaged beverages climbed significantly during and since stay-at-home orders in April and May, but reversed the final week of June.

retail technology

Zynstra survey finds that the recent health crisis elevated the role IT plays in the eyes of C-level decision makers.

Paying at the pump

A Conexxus survey finds that just 15 percent of those in the retail fuel space are ready.

The national average is expected to increase ahead of Fourth of July weekend, but prices will still be 50 cents cheaper than last year's holiday.

New metrics show it is the only candy subcategory experiencing a year-over-year sales decrease.

In the past week, the national gas price average only increased 1 cent to $2.19.

Foodservice and commissary have increased, but beer and wine trips — while still well above last year — appear to be easing.

C-stores posted strong 2019 in-store sales and profits, but that performance will be near-impossible to duplicate in the wake of COVID-19.

Beer, ice and nonalcoholic packaged drinks drove nearly all of the positive change in year-over-year dollars for the week ended June 7.

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