Published in Fashion on 02-04-2014
Yoni Van Looveren
Lidl will open a new store in the centre of Antwerp, near the Central Station, with a slightly new concept focused on inner-city environments. The new concept will focus on fresh products, like fruit, vegetables, fruit and freshly-baked bread.
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