In 2021, Jacksons Food Stores, which operates 297 locations in seven western states, acquired 62 7-Eleven and Speedway locations with fuel in Arizona, California and Nevada. The deal with 7-Eleven Inc. closed in October.
The Jackson family of companies owns, operates or supplies more than 1,997 stores in nine western states. The businesses are vertically integrated, with fuel supplied to more than 1,100 locations in eight states by Jacksons Energy, a full line of groceries and supplies distributed by Capitol Distributing, and fresh food supplied by Capitol Kitchens.
In 2017, Jacksons entered into a joint venture partnership with San Ramon, Calif.-based Chevron Corp. to franchise and grow the oil company’s ExtraMile convenience store brand. Jacksons Food Stores Inc., a private company, operates its own stores, while the joint venture, called ExtraMile Convenience Stores, oversees its ExtraMile locations as a franchisor.
The company’s retail network includes a mix of convenience stores, travel centers and car washes. Jacksons Energy is a wholesaler for over 1,150 dealer locations, delivering fuel brands 76, Chevron, Conoco, Exxon, Mobil, Phillips 66, Shell and Texaco.
For benchmarking purposes, store count is as of January 1, 2022.