Mercadona opened today its fourth supermarket in Portugal, located in the city of Gondomar (north), which joins the other three establishments opened throughout this month in the same region.

This new store has 1,900 square meters of sales area and 185 parking spaces and is served by a total of 85 employees.

Until the end of the year, Mercadona intends to open another six stores in northern Portugal, in the districts of Aveiro, Porto and Braga.

In 2020 it will open another ten and over the next few years, it plans to reach 150 supermarkets in Portugal.

The Valencian brand already has 900 employees in Portugal – which will be 1,100 at the end of this year – and plans to invest 100 million euros throughout this year of 2019.

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