Royal Farms owns and operates more than 220 convenience stores in five states. The company most recently added 15 new stores in 2018, including its 200th location, a new build in Oxon Hill, Md., in the National Harbor waterfront district.
The chain sells gasoline under the Royal Farms brand. It also offers a network of DC fast chargers, as well as some Level 2 electric-vehicle chargers. In April 2019, Royal Farms added higher ethanol blends to its 12th location in partnership with Protec Fuel Management, an ethanol marketing and solutions company. Specifically, Royal Farms added E15—branded as Regular 88—and E85 to its 200th store.
Royal Farms' foodservice program is centered around its flagship fried chicken. The company offers family-size meal deals at a special price, as well as Thanksgiving meals anchored by its fried chicken.For benchmarking purposes, store counts are year-end 2019.
|No. of Stores:||222|
|Rank Last Year:||37|