Southwest Georgia Oil Co. operates its convenience stores under the Sun Valley Market & Deli, Inland Fuels and S&S Food Stores. The company grew its chain by 44 stores in April 2015 when it acquired all of the S&S Food Stores formerly owned by Scaff's Inc. The company plans to maintain the S&S c-store brand, only switching from BP to Marathon fuel at several locations.
Previously, Southwest Georgia operated 24 c-stores in Alabama, southwest Georgia and Florida. Formerly called Inland Foods, stores were rebranded as Sun Valley Market & Deli, with groceries supplied by H.T. Hackney's Pensacola division. Most of the stores are in rural locations and are known as destination stops for local customers. The new Sun Valley Market design is bright and clean, with the use of bright yellows, reds and blues. All stores offer foodservice, and several have chicken and sandwiches prepared on-site. Some stores are open 24-hours a day.
|No. of Stores:||68|
|Average Store Size:||1,000-2,500 sq. ft.|
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