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As fuel sales continue to decline, non-fuel retail offerings are gaining prominence in the forecourt sector.

Forecourt stores are increasingly associated with meeting immediate needs for on-the-go shoppers. As fuel becomes more commoditised through import by traders, fuel companies need to differentiate themselves based on their innovative retail offerings and excellent customer service.

Be inspired by forecourt retail trends both globally and locally.

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As consumers become increasingly time-pressured, convenience has become a necessity, and South Africa’s forecourt stores have positioned themselves effectively to meet this need.

Forecourt convenience stores have evolved into one-stop shops, with an increasing breadth of products, quick service restaurants and value-added services, often in collaboration with specialist retailers and suppliers.

Understanding the dynamics of this channel and evolving shopper needs has thus become fundamental for FMCG suppliers and manufacturers, fuel companies and their food and beverage retail partners, wishing to capitalise on this growing sector.