Convenience Stores

Convenience stores are small retail stores that sell various food staples and basic amenities and provide a range of services. They differ from public food markets and supermarkets in that they are often smaller in size, have a limited selection of products, and often charge higher prices for their products than other retailers. Convenience stores, both nationally and internationally, differ greatly in size, product selection, and various other attributes such as hours of operation and services rendered. These stores may exist as independent storefronts or as part of gas stations or auto body repair shops. Long hours of operation are a common feature of convenience stores with many being open 24 hours a day. Convenience stores can be found in urban centers and transportation hubs ...

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