Tesco is set to open a new supermarket in Argentina with a number of products on offer, including groceries, dairy products and frozen meals.
The supermarket chain has opened a new store in Buenos Aires and is expected to open one in Tampico by the end of this month, the Argentine newspaper Telemundo reported on Friday.
“The store is going to offer a range of products for customers who want to buy groceries or frozen meals,” Isabel Fernández, director of the Tampicos department store, told the newspaper.
The company has also announced plans to open three other stores in the country.
“We are opening stores in Buenos Aries, Cáceres and Santa Maria del Castillo,” Fernárdez added.
“We will open a third store in Cácovas in 2019.”
Tesco will open the new store at the Paz de la Frontera, a large supermarket in the southern suburb of Público.
The firm will also open the Pajaro store in Taca, a small town near Buenos Aires, and a Páramo store in San Luis in the northeast.
The new store is expected cost about $7 million and will be located in the same building as the existing Tesco supermarket in Táchira, according to the paper.
The Paz De la Fróntera, located at the intersection of Avenida San Martín and Puebla streets, will be Tesco’s first store in Argentina.
“It is a great place to start,” Isabel said.