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Top 202<br />Convenience<br />Stores

Top 202
Convenience
Stores

CSP's Top 202 deconstructs the convenience-store retail channel, uncovering the largest chains in the industry and the most aggressive players based on Technomic data. Consider this a deep dive into the c-store landscape.

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Rank Chain Name No. of Stores Last Year's Rank
150 Jubilee Food Stores 44 174
150 Kent Kwik 44 149
150 Pete’s Corp. 44 135
150 Bosselman Enterprises 44
155 Clyde’s Market Inc. 43
155 Farm Stores 43
155 Maplefields 43
158 Little General 42
158 Git N Go Convenience Stores 42
158 Western Convenience Stores Inc. 42
161 1st Stop 41
161 Common Cents 41
161 Double Kwik/Childers Oil Co. 41 147
164 Big D Oil Co. 40
164 The Carioca Co. Inc. 40
164 Energy North Group Inc. 40
164 Champlain Farms 40 115
164 HotSpot 40 140
164 U-Pak-It Convenience Stores 40 149
170 Astro 39 161
170 Bonfare Markets Inc. 39 161
170 Kenjo Markets 39 168
170 Handy Mart 39 157
170 Golden Pantry 39 149
170 NOCO Express 39 164
170 Road Ranger Truck Stops 39 157
170 Rose Oil Co. 39 157
178 Mickey Mart 38 197
178 Quik Mart Convenience Stores 38 157
180 Brewer Oil Co. 37 168
180 Friendly Express 37 174
180 Graham Enterprises Inc. 37 164
180 McClure Oil Corp. 37 168
184 Jiffy Mart Stores 36 168
184 Cubby’s Inc. 36 168
184 Quick Stop Market 36 168
184 Big Red Stores 36
184 United Express 36
184 The Spencer Cos./MinitMan 36 192
190 Corner Market 35 174
190 Stop-N-Go 35 174
190 R-Store 35
190 PS Food Mart 35 197
190 Pak-A-Sak 35 174
190 Summit Food Stores 35
196 E-Z Shop 34 185
196 Eskimo Hut 34
196 Freedom Oil Co. 34 185
196 Heritage’s Dairy Stores 34 189
196 Lassus Handy Dandy 34 185

Methodology

For year-over-year benchmarking purposes, CSP's Top 202 is a list of the largest convenience-store chains ranked by U.S. store count as of Dec. 31, 2017. Any pending sales are not included, with the exception of 7-Eleven’s acquisition of 1,030 Sunoco sites—which was announced in April 2017 but not final until January 2018—due to the extreme impact of the sale. Technomic believes its sources of information are reliable, but it does not assume any liability for the accuracy or comprehensiveness of the information published.

Some caveats: 7-Eleven’s numbers reflect the 1,030 stores it acquired from Sunoco. Andeavor numbers reflect the chain’s store count before its pending merger with Marathon Petroleum. Kroger’s c-stores were sold to EG Group in early 2018; inclusion of EG Group’s name is for convenience. RaceTrac and Raceway stores have been separated due to their unique business models.

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