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In the spirit of Technomic’s tiers, CSP editors reviewed foodservice programs from the top 50 chains by store count. The takeaway? Lots of gray area.
Amount of top five chains in the basic tier of foodservice: 7-Eleven, Circle K, Murphy and Speedway
The amount of c-stores that received unanimous superpremium status: Sheetz and Wawa
The amount (eight chains) that received strong premium votes: Cumberland Farms, Giant Eagle GetGo, Holiday Stationstores, Kum & Go, Kwik Trip, Maverik, QuickChek and RaceTrac
Amount of chains qualified as “on the move”: Maverik, QuickChek, QuikTrip, RaceTrac, Royal Farms and Thorntons
Amount of chains with split votes for varying in-store format or channel blurring: CST Brands, Giant Eagle (GetGo), Mapco, Speedway and Sunoco/Stripes.
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