List of convenience stores

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The following is a list of convenience stores or convenience shops organized by geographical location, and by the country where the headquarters are located.

Multinational chains[edit]

Company or
brand name
Parent company Headquarters Countries served Number of locations
7-Eleven Seven & I Holdings Co.  Japan Japan, United States, Australia, Cambodia, Canada, China (Hong Kong and Macau), Denmark, India, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam 71,100[1]
FamilyMart Itochu  Japan Japan, Bangladesh, China, Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, United States, Vietnam, Malaysia (2016) 24,243[2]
OXXO FEMSA  Mexico Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Peru, United States 20,013[3]
Lawson Mitsubishi Corporation  Japan Japan, China, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, United States 16,868[4]
Circle K Alimentation Couche-Tard  Canada Canada, United States, Cambodia, China (Hong Kong and Macau), Denmark, Norway, Guam, Honduras, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Egypt, Estonia, Ireland 14,471[5]
Carrefour City Carrefour  France France, Italy, Greece, Belgium, Spain, Poland, Pakistan, Brazil, Colombia, Dominican Republic 8,954[6]
Tesco Express Tesco PLC  United Kingdom United Kingdom, China, Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland, Malaysia, Philippines, Poland, Slovakia, Thailand, Turkey, United States (formerly) 6,784
CBA CBA  Hungary Bulgaria, Italy, Lithuania, Greece, Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia 5,200
Ministop Æon Group  Japan Japan, Philippines, South Korea, Vietnam 5,177[7]
SPAR Express SPAR  Netherlands Netherlands, Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Germany, Ireland, Russia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Thailand, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Zimbabwe 3,600[8]

Convenience stores by country[edit]

Africa[edit]

Kenya[edit]

Morocco[edit]

Asia[edit]

China[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

India[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Japan[edit]

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

Malaysia[edit]

Mongolia[edit]

Pakistan[edit]

Philippines[edit]

Singapore[edit]

South Korea[edit]

Taiwan[edit]

Thailand[edit]

Vietnam[edit]

Defunct:

  • ampm (ended business in 1998)
  • Shop&Go (ended business in 2019)[24]

Europe[edit]

Listed by country where headquartered:

Finland[edit]

France[edit]

Hungary[edit]

Ireland[edit]

Luxembourg[edit]

  • Cactus Shoppy – owned by the Cactus Group

Malta[edit]

  • tal-kantuniera Birkirkara –
  • tal-kantuniera Gzira –

Netherlands[edit]

  • Albert Heijn To Go – 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 ServexNetherlands, train stations, also selling train tickets (typically at small stations which have no separate ticket window or counter)

Norway[edit]

Poland[edit]

Spain[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

Turkey[edit]

  • Ekomini – operates in Turkey – owned by Anadolu Group

United Kingdom[edit]

North America[edit]

Listed by country or country subdivision:

Canada[edit]

Mexico[edit]

United States[edit]

Stores are listed by the location of their corporate headquarters. Most of these operate in multiple states:

Arizona[edit]
Arkansas[edit]
California[edit]
Colorado[edit]
Florida[edit]
Georgia[edit]
Hawaii[edit]
Idaho[edit]
Illinois[edit]
Indiana[edit]
Iowa[edit]
Kansas[edit]
Kentucky[edit]
Louisiana[edit]
Maryland[edit]
Massachusetts[edit]
  • Alltown Fresh (Waltham)
  • Cumberland Farms (Framingham) – locations throughout New England
  • Pride Stores (Springfield, MA) – locations in Western Massachusetts and Connecticut
  • Tedeschi Food Shops (Rockland) – also Lil Peach and Store 24; locations throughout Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire
Michigan[edit]
Minnesota[edit]
Mississippi[edit]
Missouri[edit]
Montana[edit]
Nevada[edit]
New Jersey[edit]
New Mexico[edit]
New York[edit]
North Carolina[edit]
Ohio[edit]
Oklahoma[edit]
Oregon[edit]
Pennsylvania[edit]
  • Dandy Mini Marts (Twin Tiers) – locations through the northern tier of Pennsylvania and southern tier of New York.
  • A-Plus (Philadelphia) – located at Sunoco gas stations
  • Acme Express (Malvern) – Greater Philadelphia
  • GetGo (Pittsburgh) – locations throughout western Pennsylvania, western Maryland, northern West Virginia, Ohio, and Indiana, a division of Giant Eagle
  • Kwik Fill / Red Apple / Country Fair (Warren) – locations throughout central and western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio, and western New York
  • Mini Mart (Lewistown) – locations throughout the Lewistown, State College, and Williamsport areas of Pennsylvania
  • Rutter's (York) – locations throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania
  • Sheetz (Altoona) – locations throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina
  • Tom's Convenience Store (York) – locations throughout central Pennsylvania
  • Turkey Hill Minit Markets (Lancaster) – locations throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania, central Ohio, and central Indiana.
  • Wawa (Wawa) – locations throughout eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, eastern Maryland, eastern Virginia, and Florida
South Carolina[edit]
Tennessee[edit]
Texas[edit]
Utah[edit]
Vermont[edit]
  • Champlain Farms – locations throughout Vermont
  • Jiffy Mart (Perkinsville) – locations throughout Vermont and western New Hampshire[26]
  • Jolley Associates (Saint Albans) – locations throughout Vermont, eastern New York, and western New Hampshire[27]
  • Maplefields – locations throughout Vermont and eastern New York
Virginia[edit]
West Virginia[edit]
Wisconsin[edit]

South America[edit]

Brazil[edit]

An OXXO store in Campinas, Brazil

In Brazil, most convenience stores are installed in gas stations, with more than 8,100 stores operating at service stations. In 2019, there are over 3,100 individuals convenience stores operating in the country.[29] The most common chains and franchises include:

Oceania[edit]

Australia[edit]

As of 2021, there are over 8,000 individual convenience stores operating in Australia.[30] The most common brands and franchises include:[31]

Former[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  5. ^ Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. Annual Report 2020 (PDF). p. 40.
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  7. ^ "Ministop".
  8. ^ "Convenience Retailing at SPAR". SPAR International. Retrieved 20 November 2012.
  9. ^ Convenience Retail startup The New Shop secures $500,000 in seed funding
  10. ^ SuperK Raises INR 6 Cr In Seed Round Led By Strive VC
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  21. ^ "FamilyMart K Vietnam Store Locator".
  22. ^ "GS25 Vietnam Store Locator".
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  24. ^ "Shop&Go withdrawn in Vietnam".
  25. ^ "OnCue". www.oncueexpress.com.
  26. ^ "Jiffy Mart Stores I Vermont and New Hampshire". www.jiffymartstores.com.
  27. ^ "Jolley Stores".
  28. ^ "Erica Mall". 4 April 2013. Archived from the original on 4 April 2013.
  29. ^ Valdevez, Giselle (16 March 2021). "A Ride Through the Brazilian Convenience Store Market". Global Convenience Store Focus. Retrieved 31 July 2021.
  30. ^ "IBISWorld – Industry Market Research, Reports, and Statistics". www.ibisworld.com. Retrieved 2021-06-07.
  31. ^ "About AACS". The Australasian Association of Convenience Stores. Retrieved 2021-06-07.