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30 June 2014 |

Nestlé increases minimum wage

Nestlé has become the UK's first company that will increase the minimum wage to above the minimum wage the government enforces, even though its effects may not be immediate.

28 June 2014 |

Second Albert Heijn in Limburg opens its doors

Dutch supermarket chain Albert Heijn has opened its second store in Limburg, which means it now has stores in Sint-Truiden and Genk.

27 June 2014 |

Ahold can buy Czech Spar stores

The Czech Office of Fair Trading has given Ahold permission to buy the local Spar stores, but it will have to sell several stores first.

26 June 2014 |

First American Exki restaurant opens in New York

Belgian food chain Exki has opened its first American restaurant in New York, while the founders hope to open dozens of restaurants in the United States.

26 June 2014 |

Iglo launches major debt refinancing

Iglo Group has taken steps to refinancing its 1.6 billion euro debt, which some believe is a first step towards the company's initial public offering.

24 June 2014 |

Delhaize America gets new CEO

Delhaize Group has finally found a CEO for its American branch, after a very long search. Kevin Holt will leave competitor Supervalu and join the Belgian department store group.

23 June 2014 |

Carrefour buys back French Dia stores

Carrefour will buy back the French stores owned by the Spanish discounter Dia, which amounts to more than 800 stores, in a deal allegedly worth 600 million euro.

20 June 2014 |

Discounter success forces Tesco and Morrisons to act

Not only Belgian retailers (like Delhaize) struggle with the rise of discounters, as British giants Tesco and Morrisons have to react as a result of the price war.

20 June 2014 |

Spar expands web shop abroad

Spar will expand its online grocery service abroad after its pilot program in the Netherlands proved successful. About a third of the 260 Dutch Spar franchisees currently offer the option to order online.

19 June 2014 |

"Lidl group will be Europe's largest retailer by 2018"

Even though the European economic situation seems to improve, discounters will keep growing and according to a recent report, the Schwarz Group (Lidl's parent company) will become the largest group in Western European food retail by 2018.

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