GPM Investments Adds Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs to Foodservice Lineup

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GPM Investments has started selling Nathan’s Famous hot dogs at its convenience stores. The all-beef hot dogs are available at more than 450 locations as part of the Richmond, Virginia-based company’s enhanced food program rollout.

The food program aims to provide the best quality food at the best prices available, GPM said. The new hot dogs will elevate customers’ dining by adding a delicious and well-known product to the menu, the company said. The hot dogs will be sold alongside other food and beverage options, like Tornados and fountain drinks.

“We’re dedicated to offering our customers high-quality food options, and exclusively selling Nathan’s Famous allows us to take that commitment a step further,” said Arie Kotler, president and CEO of Arko Corp., the parent company of GPM Investments. “This enables us to stand by our key food pillars, which are relevant, delicious and easy to execute offerings. Paired with the upcoming summer season, we are eager to add this iconic hot dog to our menu, providing our customers with an appetizing and convenient option they’ll love.”

  • GPM Investments is No. 6 on CSP’s 2024 Top 40 Update to the 2023 Top 202 ranking of U.S. c-store chains by store count. Watch for the full 2024 Top 202 ranking in the June issue of CSP magazine and in CSP Daily News.

Nathan’s Famous hotdogs are available for $1.99 each or two for $3.33 for enrolled fas Rewards members at select locations under the company’s main brands: E-Z Mart, fas mart, Pride and more.

Arko Corp.’s c-store brands in January debuted a new pizza program, which offers a $4.99 whole pizza in select stores.

GPM Investments LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Arko Corp. It has 1,543 stores under more than 25 regional store brands, including Fas Mart, Li’l Cricket and Scotchman.

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