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This year’s consumer report on supermarkets carried out by Test-Achats again shows that Colruyt is the overall cheapest supermarket in Belgium.
Brussels residents spend less on food, including when they eat out, than the rest of Belgium, according to a study of the buying habits of more than 1,000 people across the country.
Companies will soon be able to offer their merchandise directly to customers via Carrefour Belgium's new online marketplace, reports De Tijd.
Colruyt is again this year selected by consumer organisation Test-Achats as Belgium's most affordable supermarket, but the difference with the competition is getting smaller, as the Du
The Delhaize Boondael in the Brussels commune of Ixelles has plans to begin selling very locally grown organic vegetables, reports Bruzz.
In the Matongé district of Brussels on Tuesday, the first supermarket offering exclusively Belgian products will hold its grand opening.
BelgoMarkt, the supermarket with all Belgian products, will not open in the Brussels commune of Saint-Gilles as originally planned.
A unique supermarket is preparing its grand opening in Saint-Gilles in late November. Belgomarkt is a supermarket with only Belgian products.