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A collection of exclusive Convenience Store News special features

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

The disciplines of category management and shopper marketing are converging.

Store operators need to work harder to meet the needs of female shoppers.

C-store operators must cater to changing preferences, while still satisfying traditionalists’ needs.

Whether launching a new concept or adding to an existing menu, the development process is integral to the final result.

The c-store chain experimented with its Chicken Pot Pie and the results have been outstanding. 

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

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

The 2019 Convenience Store News Realities of the Aisle consumer study delves into this and more.

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

Maintaining consistency is one key to capturing customer attention on social channels.

Its new retail brand, nouria, represents a strategic repositioning for the company.

Providing value through personalized offers is key to keeping shoppers engaged.

Pilot Flying J Founder Jim Haslam

Chairman Jim Haslam instilled a spirit of service when he founded the travel center chain 60 years ago.

Alltown Fresh exterior

The c-store retailer doesn’t want its guests to sacrifice healthy, fresh food choices for convenience.

With packaged beverage options at an all-time high, follow these tips to find the right mix.

Big deals, small deals and midsize deals all combined to make for another very active year.

AI capabilities, private brands, new beverages and more were lauded by operators.

Executives offer exclusive insights into the c-store behemoth’s forward focus.

The chain doubled its store count in the past year by scooping up small-town locations across the U.S.

Today’s consumers are looking for more than convenience when paying in-store and at the pump.

With reported plans to aggressively expand its Amazon Go concept, convenience retailers must play up their competitive differences, while borrowing from the e-commerce giant’s success.

Usage and interest in “convenient” shopping innovations varies by generation.

Whether it’s apps, mobile self-checkout or in-vehicle payments, payment technology is rapidly evolving.

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