Compact Ovens

FWE has introduced a new, smaller and more efficient Cook & Hold Oven. Designed for point-of-purchase at convenience stores , the new model is also perfect for “on-the-go” operations. Built sturdy and highly mobile, it is perfect for on-site or off-premise events. Several models are available to hold 12-by- 20 inch pans, 18-by-13 inch trays […]

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Fuel on Demand

A new initiative to deliver fuel to customers will provide the highest safety standards and the best customer service to consumers. A new on-demand gas delivery start-up known as WeFuel has now officially launched in the “transportation transformation” marketplace. This new start-up brings a fusion of the ultimate advancements in technology, safety and security to

Why Work?

By Tony Huppert, CEO of Team Oil Inc. I recently read an article which reported that working people will spend around $4,000 dollars a year going out for lunch. The article suggested these individuals should carry their lunch or do other cost saving measures to save money. Saving money at lunch reminds me of my 85-year-old

McDonald’s on the Rebound

After two years of falling sales, McDonald’s shares are now at a record high. McDonald’s Corp. has reported positive quarterly “same-restaurant sales” results for the quarter ended Dec. 31. In fact, according to a report from Reuters, McDonald’s has reported the best quarterly growth in nearly four years for the last quarter. The company growth

California Health Officials Fight For Tobacco Tax Increase

After the failure of bills that would have raised California’s tobacco tax to $2 per pack, voters are being urged to take the matter into their own hands. A petition drive has been launched by California health officials in an attempt to qualify a new cigarette tax for the November ballot. According to a report

HUCK’S Chooses Acumera’s Trusted Connections Services

Acumera has been chosen to provide a secure and more cost-effective system for managing operations and data to HUCK’S Convenience Stores. HUCK’S Convenience Stores has chosen Acumera, a supplier of Trusted Connections Services for convenience stores, to provide the company with network management and security services. HUCK’S, owned by Martin & Bayley Inc., operates 115

Stewart’s Shops Receives ‘Industry of the Year’ Award

Dedication to serving the community has earned Stewart’s Shops recognition. On Jan. 22, the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce awarded the ‘Industry of the Year Award’ to Stewart’s Shops. This award recognizes a business for positive contribution to economic growth and well-being of the region. In 2015 Stewart’s Shops built four brand new shops

Google to Present at NCA’s Sweets & Snacks Expo

Google will present new ways for retailers to reach their customers at the 2016 NCA Sweets & Snacks Expo. Google will be presenting for the first time at the NCA’s Sweets & Snacks Expo in 2016. At Expo, which is scheduled for this May, Google will share the latest insights on omni-channel shoppers and how

How Winter Weather Could Impact Gas Prices

Customers in all but 11 states enjoy average gas prices below $2. For 25 consecutive days now, the national average price of gas has remained below $2 per gallon, and prices could continue to dip lower still thanks to reduced seasonal demand and falling crude oil costs. AAA reported that the average price of gas

Carly Fiorina Participates in NACS In Store Program

Carly Fiorina marks the second presidential candidate to take part in the NACS In Store program of 2016. On Jan. 26, presidential candidate Carly Fiorina participated in the NACS In Store program. Stationed at an Iowa Kum & Go, Fiorina had the opportunity to work behind the counter, interact with members of the local community and have conversations

Washington Dulles International Will Host a New Sunoco Station

New Sunoco station brings one of the first Laredo Taco Co. locations to the East Coast. Sunoco LP has announced that it will be constructing a new convenience store at the Washington Dulles International Airport. The new station is being constructed to serve the growing customer base at the airport. According to a report from

The NCCR Requests that Congress Review the New Policy from the U.S. Labor Department

The NCCR has voiced concern about new vague standards from the U.S. Labor Department. The joint employer standards issued by the U.S. Labor Department are being called a misguided intrusion in the affairs of America’s small businesses by The National Council of Chain Restaurants. “The Labor Department is codifying a radical concept of employer-employee relationships and

Acosta Appoints New Chief Operating Officer

Acosta has chosen an industry veteran to head the company’s Sales and Foodservice divisions. Tom Corley has been appointed as the new chief operating officer of Acosta, a  full-service sales and marketing agency in the consumer packaged goods industry. In his new position, Corley is responsible for overseeing the Sales and Foodservice divisions and will

RaceTrac Petroleum to Host the Third Annual Young Executives Organization (YEO) Roundtable

YEO’s mission is to cultivate young talent in the convenience store and petroleum industry through implementation of education and networking. Registration is now open to attend the exclusive YEO Roundtable at Racetrac. The convenience store industry’s young executives and next-generation leaders face unique challenges as they grow their businesses in the competitive convenience store market.

Cumberland Farms Celebrates New Store Opening

Cumberland Farms has recently encountered a number of exciting changes. Cumberland Farms has opened the doors of a brand new store for business in Falmouth, Mass. A grand opening celebration was held for the new store at 4 p.m. on Jan. 21, 2016. The grand opening was held onsite at the new store, which is

22nd Century’s Central American Growing Program Deemed Successful

22nd Century will now have extra VLN tobacco stock to support increased production of MAGIC “O” cigarettes. The Central American growing program from 22nd Century Group Inc., a plant biotechnology company that is a leader in tobacco harm reduction, is being considered a great success by the company. Now nearing harvest, the specially-propagated Central American

Butterfinger Believes There is No Such Thing as Excessive Celebration

Butterfinger is asking players to let loose and bring back the boldest moves on the field. As Super Bowl 50 approaches, Butterfinger is launching a bold initiative to encourage players to not hold back on their bold touchdown celebrations. Butterfinger is asking players to be themselves, despite potential fines for excessive touchdown celebrations As part

Dollar General Appoints Non-Executive Chairman

As one board member steps down, another steps up. Dollar General has announced that Michael Calbert will take the position of non-executive chairman on Jan. 30. Calbert’s appointment follows the announcement that Rick Dreiling will step down as a member and the chairman of the board of directors of Dollar General effective Jan. 29. Calbert

Americans Are Becoming Increasingly More Budget Conscious

Research has shown that low prices tend to trump convenience, as consumers become more willing to sacrifice their time in order to save money. New research from Mintel has revealed that, despite the continuing growth in the U.S. economy, Americans remain fixed on tightening their purse strings. In fact, Mintel’s research revealed that more than

New Nebraska Love’s Location

Love’s Travel Stops is continuing to grow its Midwest network. Love’s Travel Stops has opened its doors in Valley, Neb., providing drivers in the eastern part of Nebraska with a new option to purchase fuel, snacks and more. The new Love’s store is located along U.S. Highway 64 and U.S. Highway 275. “Residents and drivers

Governor Christie Vetoes Bill That Would Have Raised New Jersey Smoking Age

Mixed reactions are being reported after Governor Christie vetoed tobacco bill. The bill to raise the smoking age to 21 in New Jersey has officially been rejected by Governor Chris Christie. According to a report from nj.com, the governor’s decision to veto the bill is good news for food retailers and convenience store operators who

The Schwan Food Company Has Assembled Schwan’s Chef Collective

Schwan is taking steps to meet and exceed consumer expectations for taste and quality. A team of up-and-coming chefs from across the U.S., known as the Schwan’s Chef Collective, will now assist in developing the next generation of Schwan-branded frozen foods. This announcement from The Schwan Food Company follows company’s simplicity ingredient initiative announcement. The

How In-Store Delis Can Attract Consumers

As consumer trends evolve, food retailers can make simple changes to continue attracting consumers. The What’s in Store 2016 report from the International Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association (IDDBA) has revealed that Millennials are an important consumer demographic for in-store deli departments, as 42% of Millennials shop the prepared foods department—compared to 33% of baby boomers and 21%

How to Compete for the Modern Consumer

A majority of consumers desire more mobile-friendly retailers. In order to compete for the modern consumer, retailers are continuing to move away from traditional in-store experiences. A recent study from SOTI has revealed that the use of mobile technology within brick and mortar retail locations is proving a successful way to appease today’s technology driven

Inmar Acquires Willard Bishop

Combining the expertise of Inmar and Willard Bishop will help to deliver powerful solutions to manufacturers and retailers. In order to provide manufacturers and retailers with rich and actionable data and analytics, Inmar has acquired Chicago-based Willard Bishop. This union will enable the companies to deliver the industry’s most cohesive and complete access to consumer

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