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Old December 25th, 2012, 03:47 PM   #1
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Netto stores

Netto is together with Lidl the major convenient store chain in Sweden

Both stores are relatively new here. Lidl arrived in the early 2000's Netto in 2005 or so.

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what is Netto (selling) anyway[s]?
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what is Netto selling anyway[s]?
Well it's a convenient store selling basic eatables mostly canned and frozen food. Besides that they also sell some cheap gadgets like digtal cameras, shavers, kitchenware, toys and things of that nature.

It's a budget store usually understaffed, they pay low salaries and the employes work hard for the money (also goes for Lidl)

Probably the scandinavian equivalent to Wal-Mart but smaller.

What type of store would this be called in America ??
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Old December 27th, 2012, 04:35 PM   #5
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I have always wondered if there is some connection between the Scandinavian Netto's and Baltic Super Netto's.
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Stores like Lidl and Aldi actually are more expensive for many items compared to regular supermarkets nowadays. This didn't always be the case, they have tried to position themselves as a more "premium" retailer in the past few years.
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