Russian retailer Lenta has opened its eleventh supermarket in St. Petersburg; its 13th opening in 2016.
The retail group now operates a total of 184 stores in 77 cities across Russia, including 45 supermarkets in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
The new store covers a total area of 2,138 square metres, and boasts 1,291 square metres of selling space. It features a range os 6,500 SKUs, including a broad product assortment specifically for local residents.
The past week has also seen the retailer open a new outlet in Moscow, at Bolshaya Tarasovskaya. The store is the 12th hypermarket Lenta has opened in the Russian capital, and boasts a sales area of 5,235 square metres.
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