FDA Orders Retailers to Stop Selling 13 Tobacco Products

Products from R.J. Reynolds, U.S. Smokeless Tobacco and Heritage Tobacco on the list By Hannah Prokop // Jul. 16, 2020 SILVER SPRING, Md. — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is ordering retailers to stop selling 13 tobacco products. The products—from R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Co. and Heritage Tobacco LLC—can no longer be distributed, imported, sold, marketed or…

Early Insights into EV Charging Infrastructure

Join the Fuels Institute for a webinar on taking advantage of the changing EV marketplace By NACS Online // July 08, 2020 ALEXANDRIA, Va.—As the market for electric vehicles (EVs) grows, so too will the need for charging infrastructure outside of the home or office complex. Soon, EVs will represent an affordable choice for more consumers, who…

Dunkin’ to Shutter 450 Gas Station Locations

The change affects Speedway sites with Dunkin’ franchises as the donut shop eyes a newer concept By NACS Online // July 08, 2020 CANTON, Mass.—Dunkin’ will shut down 450 stores in Speedway gas stations by the end of the year, Today reports. The permanent change comes after the coffee chain severed its partnership with Hess, which Speedway…

Discover Moves EMV Deadline

The card firm is the third to grant gas stations more time to upgrade fuel pumps for chip cards By NACS Online // May 14, 2020 RIVERWOODS, Ill.—Discover said yesterday that it is delaying the EMV fraud liability shift deadline for chip payments at automated fuel dispensers until April 16, 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Visa and American…

Curbside Pickup Soars 

More consumers than ever are using the contactless service, and the pace isn’t expected to abate. By NACS Online // April 29, 2020 SAN JOSE, Calif.—The number of online orders for at-store pickup by customers jumped 208% between April 1 and 20 compared with a year earlier, according to Adobe Analytics, CNBC reports. U.S. online sales surged…