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CSNews 2016 Industry Report - Convenience Store News

In-store sales were up. Gross profits were up. Motor fuel gallons sold were up. But overall revenues were down in what was, once again, a very strong financial performance for the convenience store industry in 2015. Total c-store industry sales declined 14.4 percent last year to $603 billion, due to sharply lower gasoline prices, according to the 41st annual Convenience Store News Industry Report, the longest-running, continuously-published annual report on the health and performance of the convenience retail channel.

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CSNews 2016 Realities of the Aisle Consumer Study - Convenience Store News

Convenience store shoppers want lower prices, cleaner aisles, friendlier service, better-quality coffee and rewarding loyalty programs from the c-stores they frequent. CSNews' annual Realities of the Aisle Consumer Study highlights the consumers’ view of convenience stores. In short, consumers say they would visit a convenience store more often if the shopping experience was better.

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 CSNews 2016 Industry Forecast Study - Convenience Store News

Is this the golden age of convenience retailing? After several years of strong sales growth, convenience store retailers appear to be optimistic that the good times will keep rolling in 2016. What's more, the CSNews 2016 Industry Forecast Study projects strong growth for most convenience store product categories in the year ahead. Our 14th annual Industry Forecast Study provides dollar and unit volume projections in key c-store product categories based on data from various sources, including Nielsen for category sales history, TDLinx for store counts; and government sources for motor fuel volume and pricing data. CSNews' consulting economist Maureen Maguire, founder and CEO of New York-based ThinkResearch, oversees the Forecast Study process.

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CSNews 2015 Industry Report Study - Convenience Store News

With fuel prices at their lowest level in many years, consumers had more money in their pockets last year to spend on in-store merchandise, driving a 3.2-percent increase in in-store sales to a record $203.1 billion. Consumers continued to spend more on prepared food at c-stores, as overall foodservice sales grew 6.3 percent last year. For the past 40 years, Convenience Store News has published this annual Industry Report on the health and performance of the convenience retail channel. Total convenience store industry sales dropped slightly last year to $704.5 billion, from $706.4 billion the previous year, according to the 2015 Convenience Store News Industry Report, the longest-running, continuously published annual report on the health and performance of the convenience retail industry. This extended version of the 2015 Industry Report includes more than 50 charts and tables on sales, profits, category and operational results in 2014—including 24 not available in the magazine.

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Progressive Grocer’s 68th Annual Consumer Expenditures Study - Progressive Grocer

The traditional supermarket channel is maintaining its position as the dominant outlet for grocery purchases, according to the results of Progressive Grocer’s 68th Annual Consumer Expenditures Study.

Traditional grocers should be happy that, even amid the continued fragmenting of consumers dollars across mass, drug, dollar and convenience channels, supermarkets are standing their ground. Even as e-tailers build momentum in the fresh arena, grocers – who are increasingly discovering the benefits of click-and-collect as a strategy against all-online competitors – are getting it right. 

 
Read our whole-store, category-by-category breakdown in this fact-packed, 43-page report, with analysis written by PG's seasoned editorial staff, including 17 pages of detailed supermarket sales not included in the print version, with data from Nielsen, IRI and ECRM. The full report is available for $179.
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