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Sep 12, 2022 16:17 EEST
September 12 (SeeNews) - The Bulgarian unit of German supermarket chain Kaufland said on Monday that it plans to open its first fully green energy-powered store in Sofia in the autumn, without disclosing details about the energy that the store will use or the value of the investment.
The new hypermarket will have a commercial area of 2,500 square metres (26,910 square feet), Kaufland Bulgaria said in an emailed statement.
The planned hypermarket will bring the company’s stores to 13 in Sofia and 63 in Bulgaria.
In June, Kauland opened a hypermarket near Business Park Sofia. The company said at the time it invested nearly 40 million levs ($20.75 million/20.45 million euro) in the project, bringing its total investments in Sofia to over 300 million levs.
Kaufland entered the Bulgarian market in 2006. The company is part of Germany’s Schwarz Group, which also operates the Lidl retail chain in Bulgaria.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)
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