Kaufland Opens 30th Supermarket In Berlin
German retailer Kaufland has announced the opening of its 30th outlet in Berlin, Germany. The company has been present in the capital city since 1993.
With a sales space of 4,000 square meters, the new supermarket is offering a range of more than 25,000 products.
Along with service counters for meat and cheese specialties and a department for fresh fruit and vegetables, self-service counters with a wide range of convenience and to-go products have been installed.
In addition, Kaufland’s new store includes a variety of specialist shops, such as a newsagent, a bakery, a hair dresser, and a flower shop. There is also an Asian and an Italian restaurant, as well as a sushi bar.
In the new outlet, LED lighting and a heat recovery system have been installed to save energy. These measures also ensure a reduction in the store’s carbon emissions compared to a standard supermarket.
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