Carrefour has taken a majority stake in Dejbox, a meal delivery company that focuses on the B2B-market and is active in several major cities in France.
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It looks like Dutch Takeaway.com will win the battle for Just Eat. More than half of the shareholders would like to respond positively to the latest bid from the delivery competitor.
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In 2019, Belgian fruit and vegetables producer BelOrta achieved a record turnover of 451 million euros - owing to the strong growth in organic produce.
Dutch retailer Jumbo saw its 2019 turnover go up by almost 15 %, fuelled by both the opening of dozens of new stores and a like-for-like growth that exceeded that of the market. Its expansion to Belgium is proving highly successful.
Yesterday, Belgian e-tailer Collect&Go processed almost 20,000 pickups. During the holidays, customers are increasingly opting for the convenience of ordering online, Colruyt Group’s online shopping service says.
On 8 April 2020, Frank van Zanten will become a member of Ahold Delhaize's board of directors. He will then replace Jacques de Vaucleroy, who is retiring.
Swiss food group Nestlé is divesting its cold meat brand Herta: 60 % is sold to Spanish Casa Tarradellas, the rest will be placed in a joint venture Nestlé has founded with the with the Spanish company.
Dutch supermarket chain Jumbo is continuing its expansion in Belgium: RetailDetail has found out its locations in Ghent and Antwerp - and two more openings also planned in the Antwerp region.
Soft drink giant Coca-Cola has created a subscription service, giving fans the chance to taste the latest drinks before they even reach the store. Within a few hours the trial service was fully booked.
Seven companies have been fined by the French competition authority for organising in a cartel and dividing the applesauce market between them. Dutch company Coroos, which revealed the existence of the cartel, does not have to pay a fine.
In Brussels, chocolate lovers can immerse themselves in the new Côte d'Or flagship store. And not only themselves: a large chocolate fountain in the shape of an elephant's head is displayed in the shop window.
Barely a week after launching a new concept store in Brussels, Carrefour Belgium is at it again with a new city centre concept. Carrefour City hopes to lure in urban customers with organic food, private labels, a sustainable setting and a Carrefour Café.
Jacobs Douwe Egberts is merging with Peet's Coffee, its American competitor that is also owned by the JAB Holding Company. The idea is to introduce the merger company to the stock exchange.
In Warsaw, Carrefour has opened a fully automated shop under the sign 'Express 24/7'. The innovative self-service concept is available to customers 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In Belgium, the retailer stopped a similar project earlier this year due to technical problems.
French food label Nutri-Score does not only help consumers to make healthier choices, but it actually encourages producers to make their products healthier in order to receive a better score, a Belgian consumer organisation says.
Belgian-Dutch retailer Ahold Delhaize has been named "e-commerce player of the year" in the United States, mostly owing to the growing integration of the online supermarket Peapod.