Lenta Continues Supermarket Drive In St. Petersburg
Russian chain Lenta has opened two new supermarkets in St. Petersburg recently, for a total of 14 in the former Imperial capital.
The new store in Luga city in the Leningrad region has 980 square metres of selling space, offering an expansive product assortment of 6,900 SKUs, including private-label and national product ranges as well as local produce.
It was Lenta's second supermarket opening of 2017.
The most recent addition is located in Sosnovyi Bor city, also in the Leningrad region, which is a small format store totalling 407 square metres of selling space.
Its product range will total 3,600 SKUs, similar to that offered by the Luga city large-format supermarket.
Lenta now boasts 195 hypermarkets in 78 cities throughout Russia, as well as 52 supermarkets in the hubs of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk and the Central region.
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