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A collection of exclusive Convenience Store News special features

Arko, A Family of Community Brands

GPM Investments CEO Talks New Business Combination

The new entity, to be known as Arko Holdings Corp., will become a public company.

Choice Market Foresees 30 Stores in Five Years

The small Denver chain has big plans for expansion as an omnichannel retailer. 

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

Q&A series ties in with Convenience Store News’ Top Women in Convenience awards.

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

The nine-store operator sought to unify its family of brands with a modern look and feel.

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

C-stores, as well as retailers of all kinds, are in hyperdrive to cater to new shopper needs.

The four-year program includes a new look at the forecourt, plus in-store enhancements.

The supermarket/convenience store hybrid has extensive fresh meat, produce and frozen food sections.

Stewart’s Shops’ ice cream limited-time offers highlight what flavors hit the mark.

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.

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

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