SPAR Croatia has opened a new 3,000 m2 INTERSPAR Hypermarket in the town of Velika Gorica, south of Zagreb. The store was built with a special focus on eco-friendliness, integrating responsible and energy-saving technologies. The hypermarket offers employment to 95 new team members.
The store was constructed according to SPAR Austria Group’s format of the future concept and stands out through its architectural features and state-of-the-art technologies, including underfloor heating, the use of residual heat, as well as energy-saving cooling and lighting technologies.
SPAR Croatia’s CEO Helmut Fenzl attended the opening ceremony on 15 June together with the town’s mayor and said: “I am extremely proud that a flagship store for all of the future SPAR Austria Group’s INTERSPAR Hypermarkets was developed here in Croatia.”
The hypermarket offers over 25,000 food and non-food products on a total retail sales area of 3,000m2. Highlights of the store are its extensive fresh food department with an emphasis on fresh meat, fruits and vegetables, fish, bakery products and an exceptional offer of non-food products, contributing to the premium shopping experience.
In support of local producers, the hypermarket offers an extensive range of local and regional products. Customers can take a break in the instore Tutto Bene café and restaurant, enjoying the rich offer of ready meals.
On the opening day, SPAR Croatia donated €2,650 to the voluntary fire brigade in Velika Gorica.
Source: SPAR Croatia