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Edeka opens an organic market

The demand for good quality and organic food is steadily increasing and the supply is growing: not only supermarkets have a large selection of regional organic products, more and more often there are unpacked shops and even organic speciality stores. EDEKA now also runs its own organic markets. A second branch has now opened not far next to Hamburg in Dinkelsbühl in Middle Franconia.

On October 10th. Two branches of “Naturkind” opened their doors – an offshoot of the supermarket giant EDEKA, which thus also enters the organic business. These are, according to Tagesspiegel, smaller than the usual EDEKA supermarkets and contain up to 7,000 products that are only certified organic – and thus compete with other organic markets.

In addition to packaged food, there is also an unpacked area in which flour, noodles, seeds and co. Can be bottled with your own containers. This sustainable concept can also be found in the fruit and vegetable department and the fresh food counter, where you can also bring your own packaging materials. A children’s area and a bio-café should complete the shopping experience.


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