Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

CSP’s annual list of the largest chains in the convenience-store industry
Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

Buchanan Energy Co. (Bucky’s)

Bucky's private-label products include windshield fluid, oil, and a line of "B-Fresh" sandwiches, salads and hot dogs.

Top 202 Convenience Store Chains

C.N. Brown Co.

A family business since 1948, the C.N. Brown Co. began as a retail and wholesale lumber concern.

Growth merchandise areas in First Coast's convenience stores include foodservice, energy and e-cigarettes.

Stop In Food Stores prides itself on offering clean stores inside and out and even paints its curbs.

New Smoker Friendly stores include lounges with a walk-in humidor geared more toward an eclectic, younger crowd with cigarettes, RYO/MYO and hookahs.

Flash Market Inc. owns and operates more than 90 Flash Market stores. Flash Oil Co. of Arkansas Inc., supplies fuel to its own locations.

Family-owned and -operated Anabi Oil Corp. in Upland, Calif., is a case study of hard work paying off in the American dream.

MNS Ltd. operates about 80 convenience and tourist stores—most in Hawaii—under the name ABC Stores and added a couple of new stores in 2013.

Coborn's also operates CobornsDelivers, an online grocery ordering and delivery service.

Nouria Energy acquired 80 Shell-branded retail gas stations from Motiva Enterprises LLC in April 2011.

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