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A collection of exclusive Convenience Store News special features

AlixPartners survey reveals preferences around convenience foodservice options.

Uncertainty around regulation contributes to a very mixed forecast.

Positive expectations for both dollar sales and unit volume growth are up year over year.

Frank Gleeson speaking at 2018 NACS Show in Las Vegas

His involvement in the association stemmed from a desire to better educate himself on world-class best practices.

Few convenience store retailers think their sales in the beer category will decline this year.

Research shows as many as seven in 10 consumers will pay a higher retail price.

The exclusive Convenience Store News Forecast Study provides dollar and unit volume projections.

At least six out of 10 c-store operators expect an increase in both dollar and gallon sales.

C-store operators are less optimistic about the category this year.

RaceTrac convenience store

The retailer's partnership with JDA Software takes the guesswork out of space and floor planning at the store level.

AlixPartners survey asks shoppers to rate various c-store programs and services.

Shopper research reveals the convenience channel needs a new value proposition.

The Convenience Store News Hall of Famer expects to continue being involved in the industry.

The convenience store industry’s constituents have a largely positive view on the year ahead.

From CBD to plants to probiotics, consumers are more conscious about their purchases.

More consumers are seeking transparency and detail around the products they purchase.

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

Datassential spotlights the developments having the greatest impact on the category right now.

Wawa logo

The Independence Mall location boasts a variety of unique features to honor the city of Philadelphia.

While the dish has very familiar ingredients, it’s a fresh concept in the eyes of consumers.

Marathon and Andeavor logos

7-Eleven closed its largest acquisition ever, but Marathon and Andeavor took the No. 1 spot with their $23.3-billion merger.

Top 10 teaser

Datassential highlights the developments having the greatest impact on the category right now.

BP North America’s Rick Altizer is overseeing exciting growth at the company.

Take a look at this year’s Hall of Fame gala in Indianapolis.

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