Convenience stores that sell food and beverages continue to steal market share from limited-service restaurant chains, new research finds. While quick-service chains have expanded their operating hours and menus to operate across all dayparts and capture consumers trading down from casual and fast-casual competitors, they still face threats from convenience stores. Chicago-based market research firm Technomic Inc. found in its “Consumer C-Store Brand Metrics Shopper Insights ...
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