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A collection of exclusive Convenience Store News special features

The all-vegan V Marks the Shop carves out a niche in the convenience channel.

Consumers have a multitude of opinions when it comes to filling up.

Sheetz, Kum & Go and Golden Pantry are among those turning to labor-specific tech tools.

There are clear consumer preferences in the states where CBD retail sales are now legal.

Although the FDA has yet to establish CBD guidelines for food and beverage, c-stores can profit.

The c-store industry completes another strong year in sales and profit growth, but trouble lurks behind the scenes.

Northwestern University’s new Plum Market caters to its increasingly diverse population.

A growing number of consumers want food with balance, flexibility and practicality.

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

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The focus on food appears to be as important as the focus on technology.

A look at one of the c-store industry’s premier foodservice events.

From food safety to digital training to robot automation, foodservice tech continues to advance.

Become your own mystery shopper to raise your standards and improve customer service.

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Hiring events are seen as a key avenue for job candidates to experience a brand.

Consumer interest in legal cannabis and CBD products is only expected to keep growing.

How c-store retailers of all sizes can create successful programs for customer retention.

Hiring right, competitive wages and open communication can help foster a steady workforce.

The Fresh Blends program combines natural ingredients and innovative products with easy self-service.

The findings of the 2019 Convenience Store News Realities of the Aisle consumer study are largely positive, but do spotlight some areas for improvement.

The baked good tops this month’s limited-time offers in the convenience channel.

The c-store industry has reached a turning point with foodservice as consumer expectations rise.

The disciplines of category management and shopper marketing are converging.

More fresh and healthy options are on tap for the regional c-store chain.

More than doubling its convenience store network in four years, the chain moves west.

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