Germany's Tegut Sees Sales Boost From Sustainability Measures
Tegut has said that sustainability measures such as 'packaging-free purchasing' at its service counters, and the introduction of cardboard trays for its meat products, helped boost footfall and sales in its financial year 2019.
The Fulda, Germany-based group posted a 3.3% increase in net sales for the year, to €1.07 billion, up from €1.035 billion the previous year.
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