BRAZIL: New look for supermarket chain hoping to cater for low-income bracket consumers
Brazilian retailer Pao de Acucar will reopen its 124 outlet-strong Barateiro supermarket chain tomorrow, giving the public a chance to view the results of a R$35m (US$13m) store refurbishment programme. The chain's outlets have been closed since Sunday, and will reopen with new fittings and uniforms for the staff.
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