Convenience stores, facing enhanced competition from Amazon and lack of store traffic due to COVID-19, are taking steps to evolve. For one, "Circle K is opening what’s believed to be the
world’s first convenience store retrofitted with AI technology for autonomous checkout in Tempe, Arizona," according to Fast Company.
And "Wawa revealed plans for its first-ever
freestanding drive-through, which will be built in suburban Philadelphia."
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