Alabama Asian American Store Owners Association event will be held on Jan-2017
NACS Daily News
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The drop in cigarette sales halted last year as concerns about e-cigs and lockdowns drove smokers to combustibles.
A recent NACS webinar explored how hiring trends are impacting retailers—and what they can do to get workers.
NACS urges convenience retailers to review and adjust labor contracts as needed prior to formalization.
Cumberland Farms and ARKO Corp. opened new locations with a focus on fresh foodservice.
BrightFarms expanded its recall of baby spinach salad to include its Illinois facility.
More retailers are exploring ways to eliminate friction for customers, including skipping the checkout line.
The pandemic recovery is putting pressure on costs for packaging, transportation and ingredients.
Agency vows continued monitoring of the tobacco marketplace.
Increasing cases of the Delta variant threaten relaxed pandemic restrictions.
Nation’s largest private employer wants to nix the burden of education debt.
Frost threatens the Brazilian coffee bean crop.
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Online order management may require up to one-third of in-store space.
The agency’s recommendations encompass everyone in areas with “substantial” and “high” transmission rates.
NACS urges lawmakers to prioritize innovation and competition as new systems evolve.
In Japan for the Tokyo Olympics, the reporter discovers the unexpected at Japanese convenience stores.
Learn how during the NACS Show pre-conference NACS Certified Convenience Advanced Category Management education session.
The donation to the St. Christopher Truckers Development and Relief Fund helps professional drivers during difficult times.
Retailers need to build a cohesive, digital strategy to capture consumer interest and enhance the shopping experience.
The company plans to stop selling cigarettes in the U.K. within 10 years.