List of convenience stores
Convenience stores by countryEdit
- Cheers- owned by NTUC FairPrice
- Tesco Lotus Express
- Fresh Mart (700+ shops)
- Mini Big C (396 shops as of 2016)
- 108 Shop Mini Outlet (now operates or services over 250 shops)
- Lawson 108
- Tops Daily
Listed by country where headquartered:
- Cactus Shoppy - owned by the Cactus Group
- tal-kantuniera Birkirkara -
- tal-kantuniera Gzira -
- Albert Heijn To Go - owned by Stationsfoodstore, a franchiser of Albert Heijn (in addition to normal Albert Heijn supermarkets elsewhere)
- SPAR (EuroSpar, SuperSpar) - large chain throughout Europe
- Wizzl of Servex - Netherlands, train stations, also selling train tickets (typically at small stations which have no separate ticket window or counter)
- Deli de Luca - Norway
- Narvesen - operates in Norway, Latvia, and Lithuania - owned by Reitan Group
- R-kioski - operates in Finland and Estonia - bought by Reitan Group in 2012
- Pressbyrån - operates in Sweden - owned by Reitan Group
- Małpka Express
- Piotr i Paweł
- Żabka - operates in Eastern Europe; the Czech Republic division was sold to Tesco in 2010
- Ekomini - operates in Turkey - owned by Anadolu Group
- Best-One - supplied by Bestway
- Budgens - owned by Musgrave Retail Partners GB
- Co-op Food
- David Sands
- Happy Shopper - Supplied by Booker Cash & Carry which, in turn, is owned by Tesco plc.
- Kwik Save - bought by Costcutter in 2012
- L&F Jones
- Little Waitrose - convenience shop format for John Lewis' Waitrose Supermarkets
- Londis - Supplied by Musgrave Retail Partners GB
- M Local - convenience shop format for Morrisons Supermarkets
- Mace - convenience shop format for Palmer & Harvey wholesale
- Martin McColl - trades under the Martin, McColls and RS McColl fascias
- Morning, Noon & Night - Scotland
- Nisa - private limited company and retailers' co-operative
- One Stop - owned by Tesco plc
- Premier Stores - Supplied by Booker Cash & Carry which, in turn, is owned by Tesco plc.
- Sainsbury's Local - including Sainsbury's at Bells, convenience shop format for Sainsbury's supermarkets
- Tesco Express - convenience shop format for Tesco plc, a supermarket chain
Listed by country or country subdivision:
- Aisle 24
- Avondale Stores
- Circle K
- Hasty Market
- Irving Blue Canoe / Irving Mainway
- Needs Convenience
- On the Run, at Exxon and Mobil stations in the US; Esso and Mobil stations internationally, owned by Couche-Tard
- Quickie Convenience Stores
Stores are listed by the location of their corporate headquarters. Most of these operate in multiple states:
- Superstop (North Little Rock, Arkansas) - Owned by Coulson Oil Company; sells fuel under the Shell Oil Company, Valero, and Phillips 66 brands along with unbranded fuel
- Road Runner (North Little Rock, Arkansas)- Purchased by Coulson Oil Company from Truman Arnold Companies; sells fuel under the Shell and Valero brands
- Flash Markets (West Memphis, Arkansas) Sells fuel under the Citgo and Shell brands
- Jordans Kwik Stop (Harrisburg, Arkansas) Sells fuel under the Citgo, Shell, Valero, Exxon, and Phillips 66 brands
- Murphy USA/Murphy Express (El Dorado, Arkansas)
- Satterfield Stores (Conway, Arkansas) Sells fuel under the Gulf brand
- ampm (La Palma) - located at ARCO gas stations
- ExtraMile (San Ramon) - at Chevron gas stations
- Sierra Energy Express (Roseville)
- United Pacific/We Got It! (Gardena)
- ABC Stores (Honolulu)
- Aloha Island Mart (Honolulu) - owned by Aloha Petroleum
- nomnom (Honolulu) - owned by Par Hawaii, a subsidiary of Par Pacific Holdings
- Sullivan Family of Companies (Honolulu) - owns several chains in Hawaii
- Albertsons Express (Boise)
- Fast Eddy's (Meridian)
- Jacksons (Boise)
- Roady's Truck Stops (New Plymouth)
- Stinker Stores (Boise) - Family owned company that operates in Idaho, Colorado & Wyoming selling Sinclair fuel
- Fast N Fresh Stores (Gardner)
- Huck's Food & Fuel (Carmi)
- Jewel Express (Itasca)
- Road Ranger (Rockford)
- MotoMart (Belleville)
- Casey's General Stores (Ankeny) - concentrated in the Midwestern US, primarily in Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, and Missouri
- Kum & Go (Hampton) - operates in the Midwestern US
- Minit Mart (Bowling Green)
- Thorntons (Louisville)
- Tiger Mart (owned by ExxonMobil)
- FiveStar Food Mart (owned by Newcomb Oil Co., LLC) (Bardstown)
- Shop Rite (Crowley)
- Alltown Fresh (Waltham)
- Cumberland Farms (Framingham) - locations throughout New England
- Pride Stores (Springfield, MA) - locations in Western Massachusetts and Connecticut
- Tedeschi Food Shops (Rockland) - also Lil Peach and Store 24; locations throughout Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire
- EZ-Mart (Bear Lake)
- Meijer (Grand Rapids) - located at Meijer hypermarkets, with a few standalone convenience stores in Michigan
- Quality Dairy (Lansing)
- Cenex (Inver Grove Heights) - owned by CHS Inc.
- Holiday Stationstores (Bloomington)
- SuperAmerica (Woodbury) Now operated by Speedway - aka SA; operates in the Midwestern United States
- Byrne Dairy (Syracuse)
- Dairy Barn (East Northport)
- NOCO Express (Tonawanda)
- Stewart's Shops (Saratoga Springs)
- The Pantry (Cary) - operating under various names in the southeastern United States - Acquired by Circle K
- Kangaroo Express - formerly Petro Express, now owned by The Pantry
- VPS Convenience (Wilmington)
- Convenient Food Mart (Mentor)
- Monnettes' Market (Toledo)
- Speedway (Enon) - owned by Marathon Petroleum; also operates many former Hess stores
- TravelCenters of America (Westlake)
- TrueNorth (Brecksville)
- United Dairy Farmers (Cincinnati) - operates in the Cincinnati metropolitan area (Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana) plus other Ohio locations
- Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores (Oklahoma City) - operates truck stops
- OnCue Express (Stillwater) - found throughout the state of Oklahoma
- QuikTrip (Tulsa) - primarily found in the Midwestern and Southern United States
- Dandy Mini Marts (Twin Tiers) - locations through the northern tier of Pennsylvania and southern tier of New York.
- A-Plus (Philadelphia) - located at Sunoco gas stations
- Acme Express (Malvern) - Greater Philadelphia
- GetGo (Pittsburgh) - locations throughout western Pennsylvania, western Maryland, northern West Virginia, Ohio, and Indiana, a division of Giant Eagle
- Kwik Fill / Red Apple / Country Fair (Warren) - locations throughout central and western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio, and western New York
- Mini Mart (Lewistown) - locations throughout the Lewistown, State College, and Williamsport areas of Pennsylvania
- Rutter's (York) - locations throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania
- Sheetz (Altoona) - locations throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina
- Tom's Convenience Store (York) - locations throughout central Pennsylvania
- Turkey Hill Minit Markets (Lancaster) - locations throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania, central Ohio, and central Indiana.
- Wawa (Wawa) - locations throughout eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, eastern Maryland, eastern Virginia, and Florida
- Spinx (Greenville)
- MAPCO Express (Brentwood) - a subsidiary of Empresas Copec, a Chilean oil company
- Pilot Flying J (Knoxville)
- Pilot Food Mart (Knoxville)
- Weigel's (Powell)
- 7-Eleven (Dallas)
- AAFES (Dallas) - located in military bases
- Buc-ee's (Lake Jackson)
- Corner Store (San Antonio)
- Exxon (Irving)
- E-Z Mart (Texarkana, Texas)
- Stripes Convenience Stores (Corpus Christi)
- Toot N' Totum (Amarillo)
- Maverik (Salt Lake City)
- Champlain Farms - locations throughout Vermont
- Jiffy Mart (Perkinsville) - locations throughout Vermont and western New Hampshire
- Jolley Associates (Saint Albans) - locations throughout Vermont, eastern New York, and western New Hampshire
- Maplefields - locations throughout Vermont and eastern New York
- Erica Mall (Mount Holly)
- Fas Mart/Shore Stop (Richmond)
- Farm Fresh Express (Virginia Beach)
- 5 Twelve Manassas, Virginia
- Kwik Trip / Kwik Star (La Crosse) - Kwik Trip in Wisconsin and Minnesota, and Kwik Star in Iowa
- PDQ Food Stores (Middleton) - operates locations in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and California
In Brazil, most convenience stores are installed in gas stations, with more than 8,100 stores operating at service stations. In 2019, there are over 3,100 individuals convenience stores operating in the country. The most common chains and franchises include:
- Americanas Express
- BR Mania
- Carrefour Express
- Hirota Food Express
- Mini Extra
- Minuto Pão de Açúcar
- Shell Select
- Daily Stop - based in Hong Kong, merged into 7-Eleven in 2004
- Hess – based in New York City; sold its gas station/convenience store network to Marathon Petroleum in 2014
- Jacksons Stores - became Sainsbury's at Jacksons in 2004; replaced with the Sainsbury's Local brand in 2008
- Local Plus - based in the UK, bought by the Co-operative Group in 2004
- Mac's - based in Canada, rebranded as Circle K in 2017
- Mills - based in the UK, sold to Tesco in 2010
- Pak-A-Sak-based in (Shreveport, Louisiana); sold to 7-Eleven in 1970
- Somerfield - bought by the Co-operative Group in 2009
- Town & Country Food Stores - bought by Stripes Convenience Stores in 2007
- Ugo - bought by Poundstretcher in 2012
- Uni-Mart - based in Pennsylvania, bought by Kwik Pik in 2009
- UtoteM - operated until 1984 in Southwestern United States
- White Hen Pantry - based in Illinois, acquired by 7-Eleven in 2006
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- Overseas Stores
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- "7-Eleven Vietnam Store Locator".
- "Shop&Go withdrawn in Vietnam".
- "OnCue". www.oncueexpress.com.
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- "Jolley Stores".
- "Erica Mall". 4 April 2013. Archived from the original on 4 April 2013.
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