Daily Stop

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Daily Stop
Privately owned company
Industry Convenient stores
Fate Merged to 7-Eleven
Founded 1982
Defunct 2004
Headquarters Hong Kong
Area served
Hong Kong
Parent TVB (1982–1988)
TVE Holdings (1988–1996)
SCMP Group (1996–2004)
Merged to 7-Eleven (2004)

Daily Stop (Chinese: 地利店) was a chain of convenient stores in Hong Kong. It was franchised by Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) and SCMP Group before it was acquired by Dairy Farm International Holdings and merged to 7-Eleven.[1] It operated totally 83 outlets in MTR and KCR stations, shopping malls and public housing estates. Its main competitors were 7-Eleven and Circle K.


Daily Stop was established in 1982 to sell TVB-related products. In 1988, it became a subsidiary of TVE Holdings. In 1996, it was acquired by Robert Kuok's Kerry Group and became a subsidiary of SCMP Group. In 2004, it was sold to Dairy Farm International Holdings and rebranded as "7-Eleven".[2]