superette

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superette

(ˌsuːpəˈrɛt)
n
(Commerce) informal NZ a small store or dairy laid out along the lines of a supermarket
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En 2015 deja, le groupe avait tente une premiere aventure avec les magasins hard discount Xpress Market, legerement au-dessus des superettes BIM et un cran en dessous des supermarches Carrefour Market.
D'autre part, malgre, les assurances du Directeur General de l'Algerienne des eaux (ADE) Ismail Amirouche , des superettes ont ete prises d'assaut pour des fardeaux d'eau minerale, a --t-on constate a Alger-centre .
Independent stores, according to the USDA, were mostly composed of superettes, 58%, and supermarkets, 33%, while chain stores were primarily made up of supermarkets, 67%, and supercenters, 15%.
In New Hampshire, the company services some 49 supermarkets and superettes (all but five are members) and 80 convenience stores (a quarter of whom are members), said AGNE CEO Michael Violette.
Companies Mentioned in this Report: Superettes, Casino Supermarket, Franprix, Geant Casino, Leader price, Monoprix, Carrefour, Intermarche, Lidl, Systeme U, Spar, Dia, E.Leclerc, Simply Market, Auchan, Cora, Dufry
By 1955, Progressive Grocer sported a new tagline: "the magazine of super markets and superettes." (Superettes were defined as "stores that are mostly selfservice and handle a complete line of merchandise.")
I went hungry, I ate only two meals a day, and sometimes I made a sandwich in one of the superettes on Broadway, cheese and ham, a roll, all retrieved from the cases and the bins.
It is necessary to emphasize that the total number of all stores does not mean that the size, attractive power and offer are equalized, but it differs from superettes (convenience stores) and supermarkets, on the one side, to mega markets and hypermarkets, on the other side.
The Mavromichalis family were chosen because they already operated two Convenient Food Mart superettes in Cleveland--one remains in business--and it was felt they'd have a better feel for what the community wanted.
As in France, Italian supermarkets account for the largest distribution of tea with 51.9% of total volume, while hypermarkets and superettes account for 28.1%.