SPAR opens new supermarket in Hebei province, China

August 12, 2020 IN THE CATEGORY: All News

SPAR is continuing to expand its store network in China, offering a growing number of communities easy access to daily essentials. The latest opening was in Zhangbei County, Zhangjiakou, Hebei province, where SPAR Shandong launched a new supermarket on 23 July.

Store highlights
The 1900m2 supermarket showcases a great assortment of regional and local products, including fresh produce, premium quality meat, pastries, and snacks. A notable highlight is the vast selection of regionally sourced fresh seafood.

At the opening ceremony, customers could enjoy special offers on a range of products. To promote the customer loyalty programme, SPAR Shandong offered ¥5 coupons to those who registered as SPAR e-members. Customers can redeem their coupon on groceries at the new SPAR store.

Recent openings
This new supermarket is the twelfth SPAR store opening in China since 13 March, following a challenging period as a result of COVID-19. The new stores are located in the provinces of Guangdong, Beijing, and Shandong. They include various hypermarkets, supermarkets, as well as convenience stores.

Beyond offering a vast assortment of goods, all stores have implemented comprehensive measures – including mandatory facemasks – to safeguard the health and safety of customers and team members.

Source: SPAR China

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About SPAR China

SPAR was introduced to China in 2004 with the signing of the licence agreement for Shandong Province. This was followed by the addition of more partners, and now SPAR has eight partners in nine provinces: Shandong, Guangdong, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia, Beijing, Sichuan, Henan, Hebei, and Yunnan.

The privately-owned retail chains licensed to operate SPAR have a cooperative relationship in line with the original SPAR mission of working together to reduce costs, maximise sales and increase profits. The SPAR China Partners, whilst part of a leading international group, maintain 100% local ownership.

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