One of five convenience-retail units run by Cincinnati-based Kroger Cos.—all of which were acquired in early 2018 by U.K.-based EG Group—Turkey Hill stores provide fresh food and beverages in addition to pay-at-the pump gasoline. Turkey Hill Minit Markets are in Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Kroger’s c-store business generated revenue of $1.4 billion in inside sales in 2016. Including fuel, Kroger’s c-store business generated $4 billion in total sales in 2016, accounting for 4% of total company sales. In 2016, it sold 1.2 billion gallons of fuel.
Turkey Hill’s Bonus Points loyalty program provides savings of up to $1 per gallon off fuel purchases at most stores (maximum 35 gallons per transaction). For every 100 points redeemed in store, 10 cents off per gallon is awarded.
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