Antifreeze Sales Trend

Published in CSP Daily News

Antifreeze sales in convenience stores took a hit in 2012, but more recent data shows a turnaround in 2013.

Antifreeze sales in convenience stores took a hit in 2012, but more recent data shows a turnaround in 2013.

Top Convenience Store Antifreeze Brands--Midyear 2013

Brand Dollar Sales PCYA Unit Sales PCYA
Peak $23,326,110 5.58% 2,077,009 2.84%
Private Label $4,022,903 -8.73% 375,292 -8.70%
Shell Zone $3,805,411 -19.92% 315,526 -23.13%
STP $3,050,598 104.50% 264,244 93.18%
Polar $2,576,585 17.26% 237,399 12.98%
Pride $2,006,541 11.10% 164,399 12.14%
Final Charge Global $1,604,106 42.27% 138,653 42.33%
Texaco $1,561,872 1.82% 111,161 -3.42%
Autoguard $1,551,826 -2.91% 147,831 -13.15%
Service Pro $1,209,489 1.74% 117,412 3.52%
Zerex $1,152,007 -15.46% 106,104 -17.55%
Zecol $1,079,502 148.84% 112,088 162.92%
Race Pro $1,072,416 13.62% 89,855 7.12%
Cardinal $982,123 21.40% 107,199 24.22%
Shur X $831,537 984.29% 97,782 <1,000%
Navi Guard $764,645 -1.74% 79,406 2.68%
Shell $541,299 -10.75% 33,219 -11.85%
Peak Global Lifetime $519,327 15.12% 33,219 13.19%
Prestone $507,720 -4.43% 29,576 -10.12%
Polyguard $428,978 -24.03% 30,031 -20.63%
TOTAL $56,219,920 5.94% 5,001,601 4.42%

 

Source: IRI

More General Merchandise/Specialty Data

Peak Antifreeze carries much of the weight of the category in convenience stores. The full subcategory is up 4.42% for the year through June 16, 2013.

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