Since 1927, 7‑Eleven has given its customers what they want, when and where they want it. As the world’s first convenience retailer, the inventor of portable coffee, self-serve soda fountains, and the retail pole sign, as well as the first to make a commercial drone delivery to a customer in the U.S., 7‑Eleven prides itself on many firsts. And, after 95 years, we have no intention of stopping there. We continue to be customer obsessed by providing customers with new and innovative products and experiences.
7‑Eleven was built on new ideas, especially those that meet customers’ needs. We are constantly looking for innovative products and suppliers that align with our company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) goals, including reduced packaging and energy footprint. We also look for quality, differentiation, and convenience for our customers.
Today, we’re looking for innovative products representing categories including:
- Private Brands – All Categories
- Fresh Foods
- Packaged Beverages
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Snacks & Candy
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We encourage you to provide as much information as possible, although we cannot provide any assurance you will receive a response. Nothing herein constitutes an offer to purchase or acceptance to pay for any product or service, and 7‑Eleven reserves the right to purchase product and services from more than one supplier. No supplier or 7‑Eleven is under any obligation of any kind with respect to the purchase or sale of any product or service unless and until the parties enter into a fully signed definitive written contract covering all material terms of the businesses and transactions relating to any products and services, which may or may not take place, in each party’s sole and absolute discretion. Any correspondence, memoranda or any other forms of communications (whether written, oral or electronic), in the course of any discussions, even if signed by one or more parties, will be considered preliminary and have no legally binding effect unless and until incorporated into any such definitive fully signed written contract.