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7-Eleven partners with start-up to pilot delivery robots in L.A.
"You never forget the first time you get your food from a robot. It is one of those defining moments in life like your first kiss," says Serve Robotics CEO Ali Kashani.
Consistent, delicious results in a fraction of the time
The XpressChef MXP22TLT is the fastest high-speed oven in its class, using 4 different cooking technologies to deliver consistent, reliable results even during peak times.
Calling all operators - share your thoughts!
Take this quick survey about and let us know how you are feeling about your business.
Worry-free hot water for any size business
Is your store ready for the holidays? With Now Prepay, you gain access to the widest selection of gift cards that your customers are looking for this holiday season.
Full-court press on credit card fees
Government's commitment to take action is a major win, but the game isn't over yet and neither is CICC's advocacy on this key issue.
'It's not if, it's when': 3 strategies to prepare for a cyber attack
Recent incidents are a wakeup call for food retail and CPG industries.
Cost control is critical to foodservice success
7 strategies for managing the middle of your income statement and boosting your bottom line.
Register today for EuroShop 2023
Retail trade fair to take place in Germany in March.
Convenience Store News Canada unveils winners of 2022 Impact Awards
Inaugural awards recognize 20 individuals and organizations, from retailers to suppliers, distributers and associations, making an impact.
Small businesses welcome Ottawa's promised action on credit card fees
Business advocates, including the Convenience Industry Council of Canada, have long been pushing for action on these fees,
Beer & Wine
7-Eleven gets green light to sell beverage alcohol in Hamilton
Permission focuses on dine-in customers in bordered off sections of the stores, not takeout or delivery.
Many retailers are pushing holiday sales already. Should c-stores follow suit?
Set yourself up for success by ensuring customers think of your store as a destination for holiday gifts and entertaining essentials.
The same old story can’t continue – time to reduce credit card fees
The cost of convenience is quickly becoming unsustainable and threatening the prosperity of Canadian communities.
Businesses could add credit card fees as restrictions lift
Have your say - will you pass on costs to customers?