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May 23, 2017

Fuels Groups Oppose Shifting the Point of Obligation
New video highlights the harms associated with moving Renewable Fuel Standard compliance responsibility from refiners to retailers.

Fuels Institute Debuts First Book
New book, ‘Urbanization: The Effect of Urban Development on U.S. Vehicle Travel and Fuel Demand,’ details historical forces of urbanization and the impact on the transportation market.

Partnering for Healthier Convenience
NACS Convenience Matters podcast details the NACS plan to revolutionize the convenience industry to help curb the American obesity epidemic.

Topaz Teams Up With Ireland’s Top Athletes in Cash for Clubs
Program encourages people throughout Ireland to go the extra mile for their local community.

Oneida Nation Announces New C-Store Concept
Maple Leaf Market will focus on providing fresh, made-to-order food.


May 22, 2017

Target Targets Fill-In Shoppers
New marketing campaign hopes to bring in folks who run out of milk and other household staples.

7-Eleven Franchisees Call on Congress to Protect Debit Swipe Fee Reform
Repealing debit swipe fee reform would take franchisees back to a time when big banks could charge sky-high rates on every debit transaction.

New York City Moves Ahead with New Menu-Labeling Rules
New rules would apply to chain convenience and grocery stores.

McDonald’s Stealth-Healths Its Ice Cream
QSR has been phasing out artificial ingredients from its soft-serve vanilla ice cream, and nobody noticed.

Restaurants Feel the Pressure of Prepared Foods
Survey also suggests that rising food and labor costs are significant barriers to growth.

Mansfield Surpasses $6 Million for MDA
Annual golf classic is the largest golf event in the U.S. that supports the Muscular Dystrophy Association.


May 19, 2017

USDA Announces SNAP Final Rule Delay
The Food & Nutrition Service hits the drawing board to redefine “variety” to work for small retailers.

Wawa’s Heading to Washington, D.C.
The convenience store chain confirms plans to open its first store in the nation’s capital.

Focusing on Healthy Choices
Speakers from the PHA Summit share their insights on our podcast.

Consumers and Retailers Push to Protect Swipe Fee Reform
New video from NACS simplifies the complex story.

Gilbarco Passes 350 Million Secure EMV Transactions Mark
Retailers continue to transition to EMV at a rapid pace.


May 18, 2017

Lidl To Open First of 20 U.S. Stores in June
Arlington, Virginia, store will open June 15, bringing huge discounts on groceries to U.S. consumers.

Employees Are Failing Drug Tests
More than one in 25 U.S. workers fail their employer’s drug tests.

American Overwhelmed by Conflicting Food Information
Survey finds that a “health halo” could be causing flawed food and nutrition decisions.

Wawa Makes Mobile Ordering Available for Rewards Members
Customers can get Wawa’s made-to-order food and beverages through their mobile device.

ExxonMobil to Launch Mobil-Branded Service Stations and Fuels in Mexico
First Mobil station will open in Mexico in the second half of 2017.

Millennials Rate Foodservice Chains’ Brand Equity
Harris Poll study suggests that gap between baby boomers and millennials may reflect boomers’ needs to eat healthier.

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