Lidl stops its online sales of wine in Belgium and the Niederlande. As the “Lebensmittel-Zeitung” reports, the discounter wants to focus on the net on its non-food business. In the markets, wines should continue to be offered.

Lidl offers different products and services online across Europe and tests various concepts. While the discount giant is even working on cooperation with food delivery services in some countries, such as Spain, Italy and the USA, Lidl relies on so-called non-food shops in other countries. The supermarket chain sometimes also sells wine.

In Germany, the discounter had recently reduced its supply of food and drugstore products gradually.

The grocery retailer Lidl, headquartered in Neckarsulm, Germany, is the largest discount retailer in Europe with more than 10,200 stores in 29 countries.

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