12 Things You Should Know About Wawa

November 9, 2017

Pennsylvania-based Wawa, Inc., a gas station chain with a cult-like following, is aggressively expanding throughout Florida's major cities. Here's 12 interesting facts you should know about Wawa.

8. Wawa makes its own dairy products

Wawa dairy products courtesy of Wawa.

Because Wawa still has its own dairy, it makes milk and ice cream products. However, Wawa's dairy products are not available at its Florida locations.

9. Wawa is nationally known for its superior customer service

Photography courtesy of https://www.glassdoor.com/Photos/Wawa-Office-Photos-E3041.htm

The average Wawa store employs 8-10 staff per shift and features a large in-store selection inclusive of more prepared foods. To eliminate to longer checkout times during peak hours, Wawa offers multiple checkout stations for different buyers. For instance, the cigarettes and lottery are behind only one station, freeing up other stations for swifter checkout.

10. Wawa offers products found at most convenience chain marts

Interior of Bellmawr Super Wawa store courtesy of http://www.42freeway.com/bellmawr-super-wawa-is-open-10-pics-interesting-changes/

Wawa offers products found at most convenience chain marts such as chips, drinks, and soda. Wawa also sells its own branded iced tea, soda, orange juice, and milk. Key products include its variety of coffee, latte, and cappuccino flavors and sizes, and made-to-order hoagies. Wawa also offers a brand of hot breakfast products, most famous of which is the "Sizzli", and also a full deli with touch-screen ordering of sandwiches, hot sides, drinks, and deli meats. Wawa sells alcohol in Florida and Virginia.

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