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List of convenience stores

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
Tesco Express Tesco PLC  United Kingdom United KingdomChinaCzech RepublicHungaryIrelandMalaysiaPhilippinesPolandSlovakiaThailandTurkeyUnited States (formerly) 6,784
7-Eleven Seven & I Holdings Co.  Japan JapanUnited StatesAustraliaCanadaChina (Hong Kong and Macau), DenmarkIndonesia (formerly), MalaysiaMexicoNorwayPhilippinesSingaporeSouth KoreaSwedenTaiwanThailandUnited Arab EmiratesVietnam 71,100[1]
Circle K Alimentation Couche-Tard  Canada CanadaUnited StatesCambodiaChina (Hong Kong and Macau), DenmarkNorwayGuamHondurasIndonesiaJapanMalaysiaMexicoPhilippinesSwedenUnited Arab EmiratesVietnamEgypt 15,000
CBA CBA  Hungary BulgariaItalyLithuaniaGreeceCzech RepublicCroatiaHungaryMontenegroRomaniaSerbiaSlovakia 5,200
FamilyMart Itochu  Japan JapanBangladeshChinaNorth Korea (formerly), PhilippinesSouth Korea (formerly), IndonesiaTaiwanThailandUnited StatesVietnamMalaysia (2016) 24,243[2]
Lawson Mitsubishi Corporation  Japan Japan

ChinaIndonesiaPhilippinesThailandUnited States

16,868[3]
Ministop Æon Group  Japan JapanChinaKazakhstanPhilippinesSouth KoreaVietnam 5,410[4]
Carrefour City Carrefour  France FranceItalyGreeceBelgiumSpainPolandPakistanBrazilColombiaDominican Republic 6,111[5]
SPAR Express  Netherlands NetherlandsAustraliaAustriaBelgiumChinaGermanyIrelandRussiaSloveniaSwitzerlandThailandUkraineUnited KingdomZimbabwe 3,600[6]
OXXO FEMSA  Mexico MexicoColombiaChileUnited States 19,350[7]

Companies by country of origin[edit]

Africa[edit]

Kenya[edit]

Morocco[edit]

Asia[edit]

Former FamilyMart store in Kaesong, North Korea

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)[21]

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 Servex – Netherlands, 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)
  • 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, and 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[23]
  • Jolley Associates (Saint Albans) – locations throughout Vermont, eastern New York, and western New Hampshire[24]
  • Maplefields – locations throughout Vermont and eastern New York
Virginia[edit]
West Virginia[edit]
Wisconsin[edit]

Oceania[edit]

Australia[edit]

Former[edit]

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