Abbey Lewis

Abbey Lewis
Editor in Chief, Convenience Store Products
Winsight LLC
(630) 528-9226

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The most successful new c-store products are portable, progressive, peppy and poppable,

It’s long been known that the c-store devotee affectionately known as “Bubba” has been losing market share to a female counterpart for some time.

The brave new world of online grocery ordering and delivery apps and services is becoming a big player in the race to attract consumer food dollars.

There is nothing simple about the multilayered flavors of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and frozen yogurt. The brand needed a graphic solution that conveyed the intricate nature of the flavors themselves, but without looking like it went through the mixer with the ice cream itself.

As more retailers roll out evolved foodservice programs, c-stores are banking on consumers’ love of “having it their way” in the frozen-treat section, too.

A common thread in the consumer sentiments reported in our exclusive CSP-Technomic report, “Future-Focused: Next-Level Convenience Retailing? Choice.

The Hershey Co. creates a new logo that stands on its own.

New data sheds light on craft beer’s hurdles in the convenience channel.

Convenience retailers' most-requested convenience-store products of 2014.

Starbucks Evolution Juice Brand

Starbucks chooses garden-fresh design for its juice and snack brand.

As more retailers recognize the Hispanic consumer, the Mexican beer category is growing in convenience stores and beyond.

New consumer packaged goods arrive from abroad every day, and some of the biggest innovation is happening among global beverages attempting to capture falling CSD sales in convenience stores and beyond.