Motor Fuel Group (MFG) is poised to switch a swathe of its forecourt shops from Spar to Londis and Budgens.
The decision to rebrand 110 shops comes after the 925-site business extended its shop supply deal with Booker Retail Partners (BRP).
The new contract - MFG signed its first agreement with BRP in May 2016 - includes the MRH network of nearly 500 forecourts MFG acquired at the end of last year for £1.2bn.
The new deal means BRP will supply the combined network.
MRH’s Spar shops will be the first to be rebranded.
Paul Dennis, MFG’s retail director, said MFG also intended to replace MRH’s own convenience format, Hursts.
“We are confident that moving to Londis and Budgens will help drive additional footfall through our stores and enhance the customer shopping experience.”
Steve Fox, managing director Booker Group - retail, said it was “a fantastic opportunity” for BRP to build on what was an already successful partnership.
MFG’s forecourts operate as BP, Shell, Esso, Texaco, JET and Murco.