MINNEAPOLIS -- Convenience stores are uniquely equipped to be a hub for snacking. Different types of snacks appeal to di...

MINNEAPOLIS -- Convenience stores are uniquely equipped to be a hub for snacking. Different types of snacks appeal to different types of consumers at different parts of the day, according to a study by General Mills Convenience & Foodservice, and c-stores can get a better grip on these snacking nuances by understanding the drivers behind them and how they change throughout the day.

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