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Posted by portugalpress on July 12, 2017

Portugal’s first Intermarché hypermarket has opened in Lagos.

It is located in the same building where the French chain had been running an Intermarché supermarket since 1999 in Ameijeira Verde. To make it “bigger and better than ever”, the outlet underwent €4.5 million-worth of renovations which were officially completed on Wednesday (July 12).

The idea was to make clients’ shopping experience “simpler and quicker”.

The revamped 4,000sqm hypermarket boasts a number of novelties: a brand new wine section with a sommelier on hand; a parapharmacy; a ‘drive service’ which allows customers to pre-order their products and pick them up later in their car; a flower shop; a take-away area where clients can choose their own sushi, meats, yogurts, fresh juices; and a petrol station.

Thirty new employees have been hired to make a team of around 150.

The outlet will also feature a 500sqm Fnac store, the third in the Algarve, and a Burger King fast-food restaurant, which are opening this Saturday (July 15).

It is open every day from 8.30am to 9pm.

Photos: Sara Alves/Open Media

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