Illustrations of retail grocery chains in three countries

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A hypermarket is a mix of a big supermarket and a department store all located beneath a single roof. This concept was coined by a French business person in the middle of the previous hundred years. A hypermarket became popular due to its efficiency as consumers found it useful to do their everyday food shopping but at the same time were happy to identify some new clothing or get a haircut. Because of their size, hypermarkets are usually located on the brink or away from the city, and so a journey to one will commonly entail a day out and can't be conducted on a whim. Although today the American market is well known for its high concentration of hypermarkets, they were relatively unusual until surprisingly recently. These gigantic stores can sometimes reach up to 15000 square meters in size. Today, hypermarkets are particularly popular in France, Japan and Germany. In this article, we will exemplify an example from each of these nations to demonstrate how a hypermarket works.

Coupled with the indisputable advantages of mixing supermarket shopping with your other typical shopping, many hypermarkets offer promotions and coupons to make your store shopping even more financially rewarding. A great example that offers food coupons is a hypermarket owned by the French giant Rallye Groupe, that has other types of supermarkets under its ownership. This hypermarket was initially founded as a basic grocery store but soon grew to be a supermarket and later progressed into a complete hypermarket. Other than food, these hypermarkets normally contain retailers that sell men’s and women’s clothes, drugstores and occasionally even salons.

The Japanese people are noted for their minimalism. They will absolutely not buy something unless they seriously would like it. This way of life has not, nevertheless, stopped the development of a couple of hypermarket chains, one of the more distinguished ones is part of the Seven & I Holdings Co. It sells just about anything from clothes to makeup products and food items. It is also noted for selling organic health food, as one of its standards is not to sell any kind of genetically modified produce, or wrapping that releases environmental hormones. It offers additional complimentary services such as hemming clothing that has been paid for on their premises and gift-wrapping.

Hypermarkets are among the cheapest place to buy bulk food, as shown by the instance of a German hypermarket, where you can obtain multiple discount rates on products when purchasing in bulk quantities. This hypermarket is part of Schwarz Gruppe and was first set up as a food wholesaler. Because of the large size of hypermarkets, it can afford to reduce the prices on the food, making it a competitive destination for a consumer to complete their basic grocery shopping list. Shopping at reduced prices is particularly attractive to shoppers if they recognize the advantages of their money.