Bosnian Low Cost Supermarket Arrives In Serbia
Bosnian supermarket chain Kort Market has opened its first store in Serbia, located in the city of Novi Sad.
The 800 metres-square store offers consumers more than 10,000 products and is the first of several stores the retailer plans to open in Serbia, reports local daily Vecernje Novosti.
Kort Market is owned by Derventa-based Frukta Trade and owns 30 stores in Bosnia and Herzegovina, covering cities like Prijedor, Banja Luka, Samac and Bijeljina.
Besides retail, Frukta Trade is also active in production and has four private label brands.
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