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Carrefour City

Carrefour City
Société par actions simplifiée
Founded 2009
Headquarters Évry, France
Area served
France
Spain
Services Convenience store
Parent Carrefour Group
Website .frcarrefour
A Carrefour City store in Paris.

Carrefour City is a supermarket chain of proximity convenience stores, created in 2009 and owned by the Carrefour Group.

Carrefour City stores are convenience stores in city centers, all of these stores are open six days a week.

History

In January 2009, the first City stores opened in Paris, Nîmes and Avignon.

At the end of 2009, the Carrefour group decided to transform about 50 Shopi (also owned by Carrefour) proximity supermarkets into Carrefour City,[1] the Shopi chain could eventually be replaced completely.

In December 2010, Carrefour announced two new proximity store concepts in France : Carrefour Express and Carrefour City Café, the last one being a Carrefour City shop with a café included.[2]

Carrefour City have also expanded to Spain with currently 11 stores in Madrid only.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://marches.lefigaro.fr/news/societes.html?ID_NEWS=110848263
  2. ^ http://www.easybourse.com/bourse/distribution/dossier/18146/carrefour-quand-on-arrive-en-ville.html
  3. ^ http://www.carrefour.com/cdc/groupe/nos-activites/nos-enseignes/nos-enseignes-folder/les-enseignes-de-proximite.html
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