Discover the top convenience store trends for NACS’ Northeast region.
The Northeast region spans across 14 states including Connecticut, Delaware, DC, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia. NACS reports a store count of 32,761 stores ranging from single stores to 501+ store chains with approximately 32% non-fuel stores.
In 2016, CSP magazine reported top Northeast c-store chains include:
•GPM Investments: Fas Mart, Shore Stop, Scotchman, etc.
•Kwik Fill/Red Apple
•E-Z Mart Stores
•Mirabito, Quickway Food Stores, Convenience Express, Manley’s Mighty-Mart
•GoMart Food Stores
•Petroleum Mktg. Group (E&C Enterprises Inc.)
•Little General Stores
•C.N. Brown/Big Apple Food Stores
•Dandy Mini Marts
Interested in NACS convenience store foodservice sales and margins benchmarks?
Foodservice sales for the Northeast were approximately 190% higher than the national average monthly sales of $32,890. The region’s foodservice gross profit margins averaged 56% versus the national average of approximately 53%.
Interested in NACS convenience store merchandise sales and margins benchmarks?
Merchandise sales for the Northeast region were approximately 36% higher than the national average monthly sales of $124,001. The region’s merchandise gross profit margins averaged 26% versus the national average of 27%.
Interested in NACS convenience store fuel sales and margins benchmarks?
Fuel sales for the Northeast region were approximately 46% higher than the national average monthly sales of $353,347. The region’s fuel gross profit margins averaged 9% which is on par with the national average of 9%.
Want to find out more about how to achieve better margins? Contact the Northeast Team Lead.