The largest Lidl in France will open This month
The largest Lidl in France will open on August 31, 2022, Lidl France has 1,580 supermarkets and 48,000 employees On August 31, Lidl opens the doors of its largest supermarket in France, with an area of 2,350 m². “More spacious and more welcoming, it offers modern services while adopting a sustainable energy policy and taking into account territorial specificities”, can we read in the press release from the brand.
The Nanterre supermarket fits into the urban environment for the pooling of uses. Among the 103 Lidl employees mobilized to welcome Nanterre residents to their new local supermarket, 20 are from new recruitments. A redesigned model The brand now has a strong territorial network, 78% of the French population is located within a radius of 10 km from a supermarket in metropolitan France. “Lidl France has redesigned the model of its supermarkets and has been investing for more than 10 years to modernize its infrastructures and increase their environmental performance in order to reduce its ecological footprint”.
To illustrate this new concept, the Nanterre supermarket relies on light thanks to a glass facade and noble materials to create a friendly and cozy atmosphere, thus enhancing the well-being of its customers and employees. In addition, this new supermarket has put sustainable development at the heart of its concept, guaranteeing 100% renewable electricity. In order to best respond to the energy transition, the brand is increasingly integrating sustainable materials, low-consumption equipment and now displays 100% green electricity. Lidl recycles 86% of the waste produced by its activity in 2021, thanks in particular to its “Reverse Logistics” system. “With the objective of reaching 100% recyclable packaging at most and reducing the plastic used in the same packaging of own-brand products by 20% by 2025, Lidl is part of an eco-responsible approach” .