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Halle Silver High: EDEKA market opens at the end of March


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Halle Silver High: EDEKA market opens at the end of March


EDEKA Minden-Hannover returns to Hall-Silberhöhe and opens on the 30th. March 2023 – after a construction period of about ten months – a new market in Wilhelm-von-Klewiz-strasse. The old market has been closed since the fire in August 2020. “Customers can look forward to a wide range of products, the service stores for meat, sausages, cheese and bakeries and the special atmosphere that the new market offers,” says Florian Sabais, market manager. In particular, the cafe in the front box area invites you to stay on 22 seats inside and 34 in the outside area. “The café will be an attraction in the city area – we look forward to it.”

Currently, the final works are underway until the opening – in particular, the interior decoration with the store building and the assortment placement is moving forward with great steps. Further technical work will also be done and facade works and the parking space will be finalised in the exterior area.

On a sales area of approximately 1,600 square meters, customers will find in the new market an extensive range of goods with over 30,000 items: it ranges from GUT&GÜNSTIG products at discount price levels to branded items to national and international specialties. The focus is on freshness and diversity in EDEKA quality throughout the market. Florian Sabais and his 35-member market team attach great importance to regionality. To this end, the market consciously cooperates with many regional suppliers and continuously expands the range of organic products as well as vegetarian and vegan products.

The new full range has been built according to the most modern energy standards and is heated, for example, through waste heat from refrigeration systems and a heat pump. In addition to greening, a photovoltaic system was installed on the roof to reduce the energy footprint of the market and to generate own electricity. At the same time, the EDEKA Minden-Hannover drives the e-mobility and allows customers to charge their car while shopping at a three-seat charging column.



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