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Updated July 2024
Posted April 2024

7-Eleven Keto Big Bite

7-eleven Taquitos
  • Buffalo Chicken
  • Jalapeno Cream Cheese
  • Monterey Jack Chicken
  • Steak and Cheese
  • Taco and Cheese

7-eleven Steak & Cheese
7-eleven Monterey Jack Chicken

7-eleven 7-Meat Pizza
7-Meat Pizza
  • Beef Crumbles
  • Canadian Bacon
  • Chicago-Style Sausage
  • Crispy Pepperoni
  • Diced Ham
  • Meaty Sausage
  • Smoky Bacon
7-eleven Pizza

7-Eleven Hot Honey Boneless Wings
Hot Honey Boneless Wings
  • White Meat Chicken
  • Chill Pepper
  • Honey Chili Glaze
  • Roasted Garlic
7-Eleven Hot Honey Boneless Wings

7-Eleven Chicken Nuggets
Chicken Nuggets
7-Eleven Chicken Nuggets

7-Eleven 60 Year Cup
7-Eleven 60 Year Coffee Cup

Sixty years ago a Long Island store owner turned speed and convenience into a cure for the morning monster inside us all.

7-Eleven OG To Go
7-Eleven Original Coffee To Go

7-Eleven Canoga Park


WIKIPEDIA7-Eleven, Inc.
A convenience store chain, headquartered in Irving, Texas and owned by Japanese company Seven & I Holdings through Seven-Eleven Japan Co., Ltd. The chain was founded in 1927 as an ice house storefront in Dallas. It was named Tote'm Stores between 1928 and 1946. After Ito-Yokado, a Japanese supermarket chain and the parent company of Seven-Eleven Japan, acquired a 70% stake in the company in 1991, the company became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Seven-Eleven Japan in November, 2005.

7-Eleven operates, franchises and licenses 84,500 stores in 19 countries and territories as of January 2024. While operating under its namesake brand globally, within the United States it operates as

  • 7-Eleven - nationally
  • Speedway - nationally but mostly in the Midwest & East Coast
  • Stripes Convenience Stores - within the West South Central United States
Both Speedway and Stripes operate alongside 7-Eleven's namesake stores in several markets.

7-Eleven is known for its relatively large drink sizes and 24-hour accessibility. 7-Eleven in the United States sells

  • Slurpee drinks
  • Big Gulp beverages
  • 7-Select Private-Brand Products
  • Coffee
  • Fresh-Made Daily Sandwiches
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Salads
  • Bakery Items
  • Hot and Prepared foods
  • Gasoline
  • Dairy Products
  • Carbonated Beverages and Energy Drinks
  • Juices
  • Donuts
  • Financial Services
  • Product Delivery Services

The company's first outlets were in Dallas, named "Tote'm Stores" because customers "toted" away their purchases. Some stores featured "native" totem poles in front of the store. In 1946, the chain's name was changed from "Tote'm" to "7-Eleven" to reflect the company's new, extended hours, 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., seven days per week.

Following 7-Eleven's adoption of its current logo in 1968, a lowercase n was used in the logo because the first wife of John P. Thompson Sr., the company's president during the 1960s, thought the all-capitals version seemed a little aggressive. She suggested the change "to make the logo look more graceful".

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7-Eleven Los Angeles

7-Eleven Big Meal Deal Bus stop
7-Eleven Sign

7-Eleven Exterior Logo

7-eleven Gas Pump
7-eleven Gas Pumps