Aldi, Lidl, Edeka and Co.: In this article we summarize the most important reports from the most popular discounters and supermarkets this week.
Whether it’s Aldi, Lidl, Edeka or Rewe: the supermarkets and discounters are a constant companion for most Germans – be it for large weekend shopping or for a quick snack during the lunch break. In this article we will inform you about the most important innovations, changes and all other events relating to Germany’s favorite retailers.
Aldi’s big location offensive: Even more branches in shopping centers and city centers
Aldi Nord wants to focus more on Germany’s city centers this year and next. In shopping centers in particular, many new locations are to be created. In particular, the discounter wants to serve the target group of working people who want to do some shopping during their break or after work. You can find more on the subject at the following link:
After months of price disputes, Edeka has reached an agreement with the manufacturer Pepsi
Edeka’s price disputes with a number of large manufacturers have been a major issue in food retail for some time. After months of not being able to agree on a common price strategy with the beverage giant Pepsi, both parties have now apparently found a consensus. Pepsi products will soon be back on Edeka shelves. You can find out more about the topic here:
Inflationary pressures: Primark increases prices in its stores
The constantly increasing costs due to the ongoing inflation do not stop at the textile market either: As the parent company of Primark, AB Foods, recently announced, the lower margins will probably soon be passed on to the customers. As a result, they have to adjust to a series of price increases. We have summarized more on this topic for you here:
Aldi is raising the minimum wage for its employees
In order to react to the current wave of price increases, the discounter Aldi Süd has announced an increase in the minimum wage for its employees. In all likelihood, the sister company Aldi Nord will soon follow suit. You can read what you should know about the topic under the following link:
Ceconomy is apparently planning to take over a major competitor
The parent company of Media Markt and Saturn is apparently planning a major investment: According to a recent report, they want to take over a competitor in the e-commerce market. The focus of the considerations is therefore the Dutch dealer Coolblue. We have summarized everything else on the subject for you here:
New competition for Kik: Textile discounter Pepco takes off in Germany
The textile discount market in Germany is growing: the Polish supplier Pepco will soon be opening its first branch in Germany – others are to follow soon. Pepco has been active in our neighboring country Austria since autumn 2021. Read more about the topic here:
Canned tomatoes will soon become more expensive at discounters and supermarkets
The next price increase is likely to come to consumers in Germany. There are currently delivery bottlenecks for canned tomatoes. The good harvest from last year cannot currently compensate for the demand for the products.
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