Russian retailer Lenta has announced the opening of new supermarkets in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
The Moscow store, located at 1A Berezovaya street in Vidnoe, has a total area of 1,410 square metres with 898 square metres of selling space.
The St. Petersburg outlet, meanwhile, is located at 61 Parashutnaya street and has a total area of 1,174 square metres with 669 square metres of selling space.
The Moscow outlet boasts around 9,300 SKUs, while the St. Petersburg store features 8,000 SKUs. Both stores feature a comprehensive private label selection.
The new openings are Lenta’s 40th and 41st supermarket launches in 2018 and bring the total number of Lenta stores to 244 hypermarkets in 89 cities across Russia and 135 supermarkets in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Siberia, Urals and the Central region.
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