March 2004
Convenience Store News;3/1/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p45
Trade Publication
The article informs that the periodical "Convenience Store News," has compiled its book of lists with data drawn from corporate partners ACNielsen, Claritas Inc., Scarborough Research and TDLinx, as well as from their own proprietary research, of the top 10 fastest-growing categories in c-stores, as of March 01, 2004. Snack⁄Supplemental Bras had a sales of $200,145,093. Beer topped the sales figures with $9,649,815,241. Sport Drinks showed a 8.9% change versus the previos year.


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