Check out the latest convenience store to open on campus!
Hungry for a snack but can't find anything you want at the existing food outlets?
Working late on a project or just cramming for your exams and need something to eat in order to soldier on?
Now you can check out the latest outlet on campus. Recently opened at Foodcourt 5 is a brand new 7-Eleven store. It operates from 7am - 9pm on Monday - Friday and from 7am - 3pm on Saturday.
So what are you waiting for pick up a Big Gulp, Slurpee, Mr Softee (soft serve ice cream), or Quickbites (Light finger food) or just get all three.
In Singapore, 7-Eleven forms the largest chain of convenience stores islandwide. There are at present 404 7-Eleven stores scattered throughout the country. Stores in Singapore are operated by the Dairy Farm Group, franchised under a licensing agreement with 7-Eleven Incorporated, headquartered in the United States.
The first 7-Eleven stores in Singapore were operated in 1983 with a franchise license under the Jardine Matheson Group. The license was then acquired by Cold Storage Singapore, a subsidiary of the Dairy Farm Group, in 1989. At present, 7 Eleven plans to expand its base to include 300 stores, within the next few years. 7-Eleven has also recently signed an agreement with Royal Dutch Shell to include its convenience stores in all Shell Petrol Stations.
All the 7-Eleven stores in Singapore operate round the clock, except for stores in hospitals, Singapore Polytechnic and MRT Stations, which have shorter operating hours. 7-Eleven Singapore has four proprietary products. They are Big Gulp, Slurpee, Mr Softee (soft serve ice cream), and Quickbites (Light finger food).