Colruyt opens third store in Luxembourg

Colruyt opens third store in Luxembourg

Belgian discounter Colruyt has opened its third store in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in the city of Sanem, just a few kilometers from the Belgian and French border.

Pick-up point

The new store will contain a self-service butcher, selling meat from Luxembourg, and a pick-up point for online grocery orders. Prior to this opening, Colruyt had two stores in the Dutchy: one in Mersch (opened in 2008) and one in Gasperich (since last year).

 

The company has also launched a new store concept, Cru, focused on "people with a passion for fine food, pure tastes and authentic quality products". The first Cru store will open in November, in Overijse near Brussels.

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