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DA buys perfume chain Mooi

DA buys perfume chain Mooi

Dutch drugstore chain DA has purchased perfume store chain Mooi and has also started a collaboration with Vitaminstore. The chains will continue working as they used to, but "will learn from each other". DA will present three 'themes' in its stores: fresh (DA itself), beautiful (Mooi) and healthy (Vitaminstore), which should become launched soon.

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