Heading towards a convenience store for a gas refill? Then, why not tuck into a hearty lunch there? Convenience stores are quietly and confidently bringing a revolution in their food offerings. The entrenched notion that c-stores are at most good for roller hot dogs and the likes has received a deadly blow. By introducing a wide variety of wholesome, delicious, and superior quality edible items, corner shops are challenging the hegemony of established constituents of the food service domain. In the National Restaurant Association’s opinion, total sales in the US food service industry in 2013, approximately stood at $660 billion and c-stores have successfully managed to get a larger pie from that figure.