The new location will have an area of more than 700 square meters and will be located in a store where an Action branch was previously located, reports Distrifood. At the beginning of 2020, Budget Food announced it would open three stores in Limburg, there will be five soon. With the store to be opened, Budget Food will have a total of twelve branches. Earlier this year, the chain closed a branch in Almere, which was located in a former Aldi that was below street level. No further openings are planned for 2020.
“But we are working on locations,” says Jaap van Vuure in the professional medium, who together with Maarten Muller owns the dump super. Budget Food mainly sells stock lots with a short expiry date from its own wholesale stock lots, Profit Pallet. Read on here. Budget Food’s proposition is to be a retail chain with its own branches throughout the Netherlands, which sells well-known premium brands food and non food and often nice and surprising leftovers. ‘Often up to 70% cheaper than regular supermarkets!’