Supermarkets Case Studies

Heatcraft Products Used In First Green 7-Eleven Store in U.S.
It looks like a typical convenience store, with cartons of milk and ice cream. In fact, it has much of the same refrigeration equipment as most 7-Eleven outlets, but the 3,000-sq.-ft. DeLand, Florida., location was designed to be unique: the first 7-Eleven store built to meet the green standards required for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design™ (LEED) certification and help protect central Florida’s natural resources.

Beacon System Keeps "The Shop that Keeps You Going" Cool
Nearly 50 years ago Vasilios and Aphrodite Haseotes took the business acumen and common sense that had built their successful dairy business and applied it “on the road.” A new retail phenomenon was starting to dot the American landscape, and the Haseotes opened the first convenience stores in New England under the Cumberland Farms name. They believed that if they combined high quality, low-priced merchandise with clean stores and courteous, efficient employees at stores situated in convenient, accessible locations that consumers would be drawn.