Russian retailer O'Key has announced the opening of a new supermarket in Sestroretsk, which will be the group's 42nd store in St. Petersburg.
The store will feature fresh produce, in-store bakery, a café, and a non-food product range.
"We pay a lot of attention to the development of new supermarket format – compact stores, which help us to be closer to the clients," said Heigo Kera, CEO of O'Key's hypermarket and supermarket segment, and chairman of the board of directors.
"At the new store in Sestroretsk, we created [...] modern navigation and a well thought out assortment, what will help our customers to shop reasonably, conveniently and with maximum economy. I am sure that the new store will become popular among the residents of Kurortny region and St Petersburg."
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