Carrefour Poland has carried out a thorough remodeling of its flagship hypermarket at Galeria Mokotów, Warsaw.
The retailer has implemented a diagonal 'central avenue' running through the store, as well as a number of themed shopping zones. It has also expanded its product offering, introducing a wider range of eco-friendly products.
Remodelled Carrefour Outlet
The Carrefour hypermarket in Galeria Mokotów boasts a sales area of approx. 3,800 m2, which after remodelling offers more than 26,000 SKUs.
Among the new 'zones' on offer include an 'Alcohol Zone' with a broader range of high-end products, and a 'Fresh Market', where shoppers can find fresh fish, bread, cold cuts, and meat.
The entrance area and the checkout section have been reformatted, with the latter boasting a wider array of self-checkout terminals.
Carrefour Poland focused on eco-friendly fittings and energy-saving devices in the store's reconstruction.
The store offers offers reusable bags, for vegetables or bread, with a special trolley for reusable bags available at the checkout.
As in all Carrefour hyper- and supermarkets in Poland, returnable bottles will also be accepted at the hypermarket in Galeria Mokotów.
With the environment in mind, the printing of catalogues and in-store flyers has been reduced to a minimum; instead the retailer encourages customers to use its mobile application, 'My Carrefour', which also offers a range of discounts to shoppers.
The store also offers click-and-collect services, and a Carrefour Drive facility.
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