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Intermarche Eyes Poland Growth For Private Label

May 15, 2013
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ESM magazine said local reports in Poland say Intermarche is hoping to boost the share of private label sales from its current 20 percent penetration to 30 percent.

The French retailer has said that it expects five to seven years to raise its share to 30 percent. In addition, the company said it would open a food production plant in Poland in the next three years.

Intermarche operates 60 manufacturing plants in France.

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