I stopped for gas at the Love's in Pacific Junction, IA (south of Council Bluffs on I-29) last night and noticed that their base octane was 88 rather than 87, and there was a small E15 warning label on some pumps, but not the first one I pulled up to (in addition to an E10 label, but it was unclear to which type each referred - see top right for that contradiction). The 88 octane, ostensibly E15, was priced the same as E10 at the BP across the street, and there was no 87 available at all. I asked at the register and none of three clerks were sure or aware of any change. These were one-hose dispensers (well, two with diesel), and marked exceedingply poorly, with little indication that the fuels were not as expected. The signage, price and otherwise, just referred to the fuel (the 88) as "UNLEADED" (in contrast to Casey's, Kwik Trip etc. which market "Unleaded 88" (which is used to mean E-15)). Anyone know what's up? They seem to be a solid company and I've happily used them over other options but I'm not keen on the idea of paying the same price for their E-15 as the competition's E-10, or on the idea of it being a "silent" change that most people probably won't even notice based on how poorly it was marked. I later checked a couple GasBuddy pages for some other Love's stores in Iowa and folks mentioned that these stations were the same (Clive, Davenport and Ellsworth). I'll make a point to check other locations as I come across them, but will preferentially fuel up other places from now out if they do this at other locations. Has anyone noticed this or anything similar?