A small, easy-access food store with a limited assortment. Many convenience stores also sell fast food and gasoline.
a store selling a limited variety of food and pharmaceutical items; open long hours for the convenience of customers
a business that sells bread, milk, dairy products, cigarettes, confectionary and grocery lines
a retail business with primary emphasis placed on providing the public a convenient location to quickly purchase from a wide variety of consumable products (predominantly food or food and gasoline) and services
a shop that has extended opening hours and is conveniently placed, and convenience food is food which is sold ready-to-eat
a smaller version of a grocery store
a small store typically selling soft drinks , lottery tickets, candy , ice cream , maps , beer , prepackaged foods like sandwiches and frozen burritos , shaving cream and other hygiene products
a small store, which may sell almost any small items, such as food, cigarettes, alcohol, and other things needed everyday
According to the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS), the definition of a convenience store is as follows: 1) While building size may vary significantly, typically the size will be less than 5,000 sq ft; 2) Have off-street parking and/or convenient pedestrian access; 3) Extended hours of operation with many open 24 hours, seven days a week; 4) Offer at least 500 stock keeping units (SKUs); and 5) Product mix includes grocery type items, and also includes items from the following groups: beverages, snacks (including confectionery) and tobacco.
pulpería—A corner store that often doubles as an informal tavern. The term tienda is more common in other Latin American countries and sometimes seen in Costa Rica.
A food-oriented retailer that is well located, is open long hours, and carries a moderate number of items. It is small, has average to above-average prices, and average atmosphere and customer services.
Any full-line, self-service grocery store offering limited line of high-convenience items. Open long hours and provides easy access. The majority sell gasoline with an annual sales of $2 million or more.
The petroleum-based stores are primarily gas stations with a convenience store.
A small, higher-margin store that offers an edited selection of staple groceries, non-foods, and other convenience food items, i.e., ready-to-heat and ready-to-eat foods. The traditional format includes those stores that started out as strictly convenience stores but might also sell gasoline.
A retail outlet whose unique appeal is its convenience for customers. To be successful it needs to: be open for long hours; be located near to its regular customers, and sell proucts that those customers particularly need.
A small retail self-service store selling a limited line of fast-moving food and nonfood items, usually with extended hours of operation.
A store which sells primarily convenience items to the general public. Self-service gasoline sales may be permitted if approved by the Planning Commission.
A store which keeps a variety of convenience products like grocery and household merchandise with an emphasis on market-leading brands. Such a store is usually open 24 hours.
A convenience store is a small store or shop, generally accessible or local. They are often located alongside busy roads, or at gas/petrol stations. This can take the form of gas stations supplementing their income with retail outlets, or convenience stores adding gas to the list of goods that they offer.