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- RESEARCH & AWARDS
Retailers today have begun to morph into lifestyle-based extensions of their shoppers—they aspire to become regular destinations, meeting myriad needs, and are evolving into brands themselves.
As we escape the cold, wintery doldrums of February, March brings the promise of spring, warmer weather and the unshakable grip of one of America’s greatest pastimes: the office March Madness pool.
By now, many of you may have forsaken your New Year’s resolutions or, if they involved proclamations of healthier living, perhaps put them off until spring when the weather reminds you of approaching beach trips and bathing suits.
The latest annual report from the National Association of Convenience Stores shows record sales again in 2012, driven by increases in fuel and in-store sales.
After a sluggish first quarter of fiscal 2013, Fred’s discount retailer announced that it was committed to its private label, with new items headed to stores in the second quarter.
A new report from Rabobank says changing consumer preferences are leading to a polarization between premium and value tiers in food sales, a shift which will leave mid-tier items in danger of becoming extinct.
On a warm week in January, retailer buyers and suppliers in the convenience and front-end industry got together in San Antonio, Texas, for the ECRM Convenience and Checklane, Front End and Impulse trade shows.
Carrefour, the second-largest food retailer in the world, announced that it plans to expand its convenience store network in France by as many as 350 stores.
7-Eleven announced Thursday that it was buying 143 Speedy Stop and Tigermarket stores in Texas from C.L. Thomas Inc.
A new report from Mintel Group Ltd. shows that private label has a strong foothold in breakfast foods, competing against a highly fragmented national brand landscape. Deeper inside, though, are a number of insights about private label's strength in the categories.