Intermarket shops network to increase in numbers countrywide

Luanda – The Intermarket supermarkets network intends to increase from four to 20 the number of establishments it currently has in Angola until the end of 2022, said on Wednesday the company?s general director, Sandro Benelli.

However, Sandro Benelli, who did not unveil the amount to be invested, said the increase of the national production is important for the imports replacement process, reason why the company only gets goods from Angolan suppliers.

Intermarket shops are part of the Angoalissar and Grandes Moinhos de Angola (GMA) group, whose aim is to provide large array of products to the customers and better alternative of fresh products supply.

Source: Angola Press News Agency