By Meline Beach
If we don’t have facilities to produce on site, we source our sandwiches, salads, fruit trays and other deli products from regional commissary partners.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, convenience stores across Canada are upping their game with fresh foodservice options for their customers. While the foodservice landscape remains competitive, C&G retailers are securing their share of the market with an innovative foodservice offering comparable yet more convenient than traditional QSRs.
Take for example, Parkland and Gas King. These C&G retailers are in it to win it with their fresh foodservice lunch program. Convenience & Carwash Canada spoke with them, along with foodservice providers, to find out their secret to success when it comes to lunch in the convenience channel. If you don’t already have a fresh foodservice program in place, or if your current offering is ordinary at best, this article will offer you some insights on meeting the needs of today’s health and money conscious, on-the-go consumer.