During the spring, MENY in Jernbanegade in Hurup is closed and converted into a Netto-store. The reason is that Salling Group, which owns the Netto chain, among other things, has signed an agreement with Jaco Supermarketer’s owner Ida Jacobsen about the acquisition of four store leases.

The four stores are in fact rebuilt into a new net concept, which in the coming years will be rolled out to shops with a special focus on fruit and vegetables, health and easy meals as well as new decor and fewer spot goods.

“We are very pleased to ensure that there will also be good shopping opportunities locally in the four places. It is also an agreement that enables Netto to reach even wider with a new and enhanced store concept, which many of our customers have already received very well in the cities where we have opened new stores,” says CEO of Salling Group Per Bank.

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