List of convenience stores

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The following is a list of convenience stores organized by geographical location, and by the country where the companies are headquartered.

Multinational chains[edit]

Company Parent company Headquarters Served countries Number of location
Tesco Express Tesco PLC  United Kingdom United Kingdom, China, Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland, Malaysia, Poland, Slovakia, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey, United States 6,784
7-Eleven Seven & I Holdings Co.  Japan Japan, United States, Australia, Canada, China (Hong Kong and Macau), Denmark, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand 46,000[1]
Statoil Alimentation Couche-Tard  Canada Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Poland, Russia, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia 2,301
Circle K Alimentation Couche-Tard  Canada United States, China (Hong Kong and Macau), Guam, Honduras, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam 7,300
CBA CBA  Hungary Bulgaria, Italy, Lithuania, Greece, Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia 5,200
FamilyMart  Japan Japan, Bangladesh, China, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, United States, Vietnam, Philippines 23,622[2]
Lawson  Japan Japan, China, Indonesia, Thailand, United States, 11,500[3]
Ministop Æon Group  Japan Japan, China, Kazakhstan, Philippines, South Korea, Vietnam 4,554[4]
SPAR Express  Netherlands Netherlands, Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Germany, Ireland, Russia, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Zimbabwe 3,600[5]

Companies by country of origin[edit]

Africa[edit]

Kenya[edit]

Morocco[edit]

Asia[edit]

FamilyMart in Kaesong, North Korea

China[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

India[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Japan[edit]

Lawson Terauchicho 1Chome Shop(Moriguchi, Osaka, Japan)

Philippines[edit]

South Korea[edit]

Vietnam[edit]

Thailand[edit]

  • 7-Eleven (7,965 stores)
  • Lawson108 (32 stores, have 1,000 stores across the country within 2018, formerly 108 Shop within 2018.)
  • FamilyMart (1,162 stores, formerly Tops Daily within 2014.)
  • 365 (5 stores, a part of Tesco Lotus store.)
  • 108 Shop (have end business within 2018.)
  • Mini Big C (295 stores, have 950 stores across the country within 2016, formerly Baichak and Lemon Green in Bangchak petrol station within 2014.)
  • Tesco Lotus Express (More 1,000 stores, 54 stores in Esso petrol stations.)
  • Tops Daily (15 stores, have end business within 2014.)
  • Fresh Mart (N/A)
  • CP Food Market
  • Jiffy (154 stores, mostly at PTT petrol stations, only at PTT petrol stations formerly Jet Petrol stations.)
  • Shell Select (More 100 stores, mostly at Shell petrol stations.)
  • Tiger Mart (More 150 stores, only at Esso petrol stations.)
  • Baichak (57 stores, mostly at Bangchak petrol stations, have end business within 2014.)
  • Lemon Green (29 stores, mostly at Bangchak petrol stations, have end business within 2014.)
  • Max Mart (3 stores, mostly at PT petrol stations, formerly PT Mart in PT petrol stations within 2018.)
  • PT Mart (52 stores, mostly at PT petrol stations, have end business within 2018.)
  • Suria (83 stores, only at Petronas petrol stations, have end business within 2015.)
  • Susco Mart (2 stores, only at Susco petrol stations, formerly Suria in Petronas petrol stations within 2015.)

Defunct:

  • ampm (End business in 1998.)
  • V.Shop (End Business in 2011.)
  • Star Mart (End business in 2009, mostly at Caltex petrol stations.)
  • Everyday (More 100 stores, End business in 2005, only at Q8 Petrol stations.)
  • TPI Mart (End business in 2007, mostly at TPI petrol stations.)

Europe[edit]

Listed by country where headquartered:

Malta[edit]

Hungary[edit]

France[edit]

Ireland[edit]

Netherlands[edit]

  • Albert Heijn To Go - Netherlands, owned by Stationsfoodstore, a franchiser of Albert Heijn (in addition to normal Albert Heijn supermarkets elsewhere)
  • DekaMarkt
  • SPAR (EuroSpar, SuperSpar) - Large chain throughout Europe
  • Wizzl of Servex - Netherlands, train stations, also selling train tickets (they are typically at small stations which have no separate ticket window or counter)

Norway[edit]

Poland[edit]

Sweden[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

North America[edit]

Listed by country or country subdivision:

Canada[edit]

Mexico[edit]

United States[edit]

  • Turkey Hill, a division of Kroger
Arizona[edit]
California[edit]
Colorado[edit]
Florida[edit]
Georgia[edit]
Hawaii[edit]
Idaho[edit]
Illinois[edit]
Indiana[edit]
Iowa[edit]
Kansas[edit]
Kentucky[edit]
Maryland[edit]
Massachusetts[edit]
Michigan[edit]
Minnesota[edit]
Mississippi[edit]
Missouri[edit]
Montana[edit]
New Jersey[edit]
New Mexico[edit]
New York[edit]
North Carolina[edit]
Ohio[edit]
Oklahoma[edit]
Oregon[edit]
Pennsylvania[edit]
Tennessee[edit]
Texas[edit]
Vermont[edit]
Virginia[edit]
West Virginia[edit]
Wisconsin[edit]

Oceania[edit]

Australia[edit]

Former[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "7-Eleven". 
  2. ^ "FamilyMart". 
  3. ^ "lawson". 
  4. ^ "Ministop". 
  5. ^ "Convenience Retailing at SPAR". SPAR International. Retrieved 20 November 2012.