Lidl Portugal Doubles Exports In Two Years, Reports Suggest
Lidl Portugal has doubled its exports in two years, establishing itself as one of the leading contributors to the growth of the country's economy, reports suggest.
Last year, the supermarket chain exported 206 product ranges worth €148.5 million, registering growth of 48.5% when compared with data from 2017.
The retailer helped 86 Portuguese suppliers to export their products to 30 countries across Europe and the US.
The most popular Portuguese exports include olive oil, cod, savoury spreads, bread, and pear, among others.
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