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You read that right. From simple snacks to fresh produce, your local c-store has evolved quite a bit since its start in the 1920s. Even while I was growing up, I remember running out to the local corner to buy one cent candies, a bag of chips, or a carton of milk if we ran out before our scheduled grocery shopping day.

 

“Fresh produce in c-stores is a major growth opportunity as consumers seek out smaller, convenience shopping excursions,” Source: NACS report, Building the Business Case for Produce at Convenience Stores. According to a NACS Sept 2015 customer survey, “Nearly half of all consumers (48 per cent) say that convenience stores are a place where they can buy fresh produce, a five-point jump from just a year earlier.”

 

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