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Subway Continues Opening "Non-Traditional" Locations

During the month of April, the Subway chain opened 175 new locations and reached the milestones of having more than 4,800 open and operating locations outside of the United States. and being open in more than 100 Wal-Mart stores across the United States, Mexico and Puerto Rico, the company reported.

The Subway chain now has more than 4,600 locations that it calls “non-traditional,” which it defines as being in places other than shopping centers, malls and street front operations, such as convenience stores.

According to the Convenience Store News 2005 Foodservice Study, which will appear in the June 20 issue of CSNews, 32 percent of the c-store operators who participated in the study offer national or regional branded foodservice programs at their c-stores. The most popular national brands include include Krispy Kreme, Hot Stuff Pizza, Subway and Taco Bell.

Subway opened stores in the following c-store, truck stop and travel center locations in April:

Amoco - Ozone Park, N.Y.
Canex Express Mart- Cold Lake, Alberta
Citgo - Battle Creek, Mich.
Golden Gallon - Chattanooga, Tenn.
Love's Country Store - Morrilton, Ark.
Mountaineer Food Store - Marshall, N.C.
Post Office C-Store - Paisley, Scotland
Rivera C-Store - Barranquitas, Puerto Rico
Shell - Findley, Ohio
Shell - Salford, England
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