CSP Needs Retailer Input for 2024 State of Foodservice Report

Survey conducted each year offers direction for retail food operation improvements
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Attention, retailers! CSP needs your input to help us better understand the state of retail foodservice operations across the convenience-store channel. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey, which will help us with the 2024 State of Foodservice report being published in CSP magazine’s May issue. The survey closes March 15.

  • Click here to read last year's State of Foodservice survey results.

As a token of our appreciation, the first 50 qualified retailers to complete our survey will be entered into a drawing for a $100 American Express gift card. As always, responses will remain confidential and be combined with other results to report industry averages. The results of this study will be published in CSP’s May issue.

CSP magazine is the leading source of information for the $650 billion convenience-retailing industry. Its award-winning editors provide actionable solutions and data-driven trends to key decision-makers who rely on this information to combat disruption. CSP annually hosts Convenience Retailing University and the Outlook Leadership conference, which are two large-scale leadership events, as well as several small-format meetings in its EduNetworking series. The team also delivers insights via print publications, a website and e-newsletters.

Members help make our journalism possible. Become a CSP member today and unlock exclusive benefits, including unlimited access to all of our content. Sign up here.


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