Jumbo closes in on milestone

Supermarket chain Jumbo hopes to open store number 250 on November 2 in Amsterdam. The announcement of the milestone store is part of a larger number of new refurbished Super de Boer-stores under the Jumbo flag.

The Amsterdam store is one of two to open on the day, the other being in Joure. Before that stores will open in Dordrecht, Diemen, Groesbeek, Leeuwarden, Ede and Heerenveen during a three week period.

Supermarket chain Jumbo hopes to open store number 250 on November 2 in Amsterdam. The announcement of the milestone store is part of a larger number of new refurbished Super de Boer-stores under the Jumbo flag.

The Amsterdam store is one of two to open on the day, the other being in Joure. Before that stores will open in Dordrecht, Diemen, Groesbeek, Leeuwarden, Ede and Heerenveen during a three week period.

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