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Central Retail's Tops Market store expands to Vietnam

The grocery concept offers over 20,000 fresh produce and imported goods.

Central Retail has launched its first Tops Market store in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Tops Market is a supermarket brand from Thailand, but has been adapted to suit the lifestyle of Vietnamese customers, a press release has advised.

The store aims to offer an omnichannel shopping experience with a “Tops of the worlds, Tops of the choice” concept, offering a range of over 20,000 fresh organic agricultural products and imported goods.

The 2,000 sqm sales floor is divided into 11 highlighted zones, comprising organic produce, bakery, seafood, butchery, food to go, frozen food, cold cuts, wine, flowers, consumer goods, and health & beauty.

The company plans to open a total of seven Tops Market in the country, targeting families and new generations who live in key cities such as Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. Footfall at the new stores is expected to reach at least 100,000 customers per month.
 

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