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McD’s is increasingly in competition with c-stores

Business Insider 01/16/2017

For years, regional and national c-store chains have worked diligently to improve the quality and value of their foodservice operations. The hard work appears to be paying off as 10 percent of quick-service market sales can now be attributed to convenience stores according to Nation’s Restaurant News citing data from industry research group NPD. C-stores, in competing with the likes of McDonald’s, most notably can offer gas fill-up, a diverse range of quick-grab inventory, and in many cases better prices that the fast food giants.

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