Japan’s Famima To Challenge Tesco For US Local Market

Japan’s Famima To Challenge Tesco For US Local Market
Retail

We reported recently the intentions of Brit retailer Tesco to introduce their local style supermarkets to the US. They may have a little competition, Food & Drink Europe suggests. FamilyMart,...

Guy Brighton
  • 26 february 2006

We reported recently the intentions of Brit retailer Tesco to introduce their local style supermarkets to the US. They may have a little competition, Food & Drink Europe suggests.

FamilyMart, a Japanese-owned supermarket chain, has already opened two premium convenience stores in California – and hopes to add another 248 by the end of 2009. The stores have been opened under the Famima!! banner and promise to offer a “community lifestyle experience” to the West Coast, offering a cross between delicatessen, quick-service restaurant and traditional convenience store:

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