The 15m2 SPAR Go24-shop in Surava caters to everyday shopping needs. Alongside groceries, drinks and hygiene products, the store offers an extensive range of fresh produce, including vegetables, bread, dairy products, and meat. Regional products such as milk, yoghurt, butter, and cheese are sourced from Puracenter AG in Lenzerheide, which also operates the store. Sales are monitored through an app to ensure a continuous supply of fresh food items.
Customers can enter the store after scanning a QR code at the entrance and accepting the terms and conditions. The purchases are also scanned using a smartphone while payment is made easy and quick by Twint, debit, or credit card. For customers’ safety, the store is equipped with cameras and sensors. If customers have questions or face any challenges in the shopping process, information is provided online instantly.
Source: SPAR Switzerland
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SPAR Switzerland was founded in 1989. The business grew, combining corporate and independently owned stores, spanning forecourt retailing to large supermarkets. Since 2016, SPAR Switzerland has been a subsidiary of SPAR Group Ltd Southern Africa.