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How mobile-accessible technologies keep sales high—and retailers competitive

The pandemic fast-tracked retailers in countless industries on the path to adopting and expanding their mobile-accessible technologies—and convenience stores were no exception.

Foodservice

Safety Concerns Highlight Grab-and-Go Foodservice Opportunities

Convenience-store customers are looking beyond flavor, price and speed when it comes to foodservice offerings during the pandemic.

A growing number of c-stores are revamping everything from foodservice to retail to products on the forecourt in an effort to not only remain relevant in a competitive landscape.

Consumers are increasingly embracing the convenience-store channel as a viable source for prepared foods as the quality of these offerings has improved, and pizza is no exception.

It has become more challenging than ever to attract customers into the c-store, but one way retailers can do so is with a high-end coffee program.

C-stores have stepped up their foodservice game in recent years, upgrading from serving quick bites eaten on-the-go to offering high quality, tasty and healthier options.

Move over hot coffee, there’s a new java category in town, and it’s heating up the coffee market in convenience stores, despite being chilled.

Richard Hunt, Corporate Director, Fresh and Foodservice—East at Core Mark International, Inc, offers tips for c-stores looking to add or upgrade pizza.

Order replenishment is one of the most challenging undertakings at c-stores.

Here’s a look at some of the advantages and considerations for offering fresh-fried chicken prepared in store for your customers.

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