ExxonMobil C-Stores in Landshire Deal

Distributed through McLane, will be primary packaged sandwiches for chains

Published in CSP Daily News

ST. LOUIS -- Effective today, Landshire Inc. will be the primary packaged sandwich company for all of the approximately 600 ExxonMobil-owned and -operated convenience stores across the country. Landshire sandwiches will be distributed through McLane Distribution in 14 markets across the United States, including Chicago, San Antonio, Miami, and California.

Landshire sandwiches are taking the place of Deli Express, which had been in the ExxonMobil stores for numerous years through McLane Distribution.

Landshire is putting its new Select Wedges (which includes the Roast [image-nocss] Beef and Turkey with Pepper Jack cheese on a Honey Wheat Berry Bread), along with a variety of other Wedges, including the Triple Wedges and Red Packaging Wedges, into all of the locations. In some locations it will have the Nike, Poor Boy and Grinder subs.

The rollout of this program will take place over the next three weeks, the company said, with Landshire reps going to each of the approximately 600 locations to fill initial orders of sandwiches, re-tag the coolers and show the store personnel the new plan-o-grams for the cooler sets.

Exxon Mobil Corp. is based in Irving, Texas.

Founded in 1961, Landshire is a leader in foodservice products from packaged sandwiches, hot sandwiches, pastry and roller grill items.