Uncover developments in the convenience retail industry as a result of mergers and acquisitions that could change the face of the competition.
More than 3,650 sites in North America and more than 1,700 sites in Europe have been completed to date.
The retailer will remodel the site to feature freshly prepared grab-and-go items and expanded beverage offerings.
After five years, the company is selling its Minit Mart portfolio for $330 million.
The retailer looks to use Holiday as a model for food programs in multiple markets.
Same-store merchandise results increased 5.4 percent in its first quarter of 2019.
Wills Group picks up the five Jiffy Mart locations to add to its Dash In subsidiary.
Following the sale of its standalone c-stores, the company plans to expand its travel center network and truck services programs.
The $420M transaction will strengthen Hershey's better-for-you position.
Enex, a subsidiary of Quiñenco SA, will pay $289 million as it makes its first move into the United States.
The move expands the c-store retailer's reach in a key market extending from Savannah to Charleston, S.C.
The $5.1-billion deal will give Coca-Cola a strong coffee platform for growth.
Matthew L. Yoder, currently Andeavor vice president of retail, will join the Speedway chain as senior vice president and chief commercial officer.