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The More Things Change…
Whether prices are high or low, consumers have questions about gas sales. The 2015 NACS Retail Fuels Kit provides answers on what to expect for the future, based on past experience.
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NACS Membership Can Help Your Business Thrive
"I can't imagine running my business without being a member of NACS." That's how one of the convenience retailers featured in this short video puts it. See what others have to say about NACS membership.
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Make Your Next Hire the Right One
NACS Employee Selection Tools (EST) help convenience store operators hire the right people the first time. See how you can reduce employee turnover with NACS EST.
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Get connected with your peers and gain valuable knowledge at NACS shows and events.
NACS State of the Industry Summit
Apr 14-16, 2015 - Chicago, IL
NACS Leadership Challenge
Apr 19-24, 2015 - Millwood, VA
The Fuels Institute Spring Meeting
Apr 29 - May 1, 2015 - New Orleans, LA
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Issues Briefing Guide
NACS advocates for the convenience and fuel retailing industry on a number of important issues.
 
 

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Learn More About New Menu-Labeling Rules

Last year, the FDA released new regulations implementing menu-labeling requirements at restaurants and "similar retail food establishments,” including many convenience stores. As a general matter, establishments that are covered by the new regulations must post calories for standard menu items on menus or menu boards or, for self-service items and foods on display, on signs adjacent to the items. NACS has prepared a brief summary and compliance guide of the final menu-labeling regulations. While NACS hopes to work with federal officials to obtain guidance and clarification on certain aspects of the rule, retailers should begin developing an understanding of the rule's requirements and thinking about compliance strategies, prior to the December 1, 2015, implementation deadline.