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The newswire - citing a spokeswoman for the delivery firm, which also trades as DHL - confirmed earlier reports by German trade magazine Lebensmittel Zeitung that Deutsche Post had ended its deal with Amazon Fresh, but that its business with the remainder of the Amazon e-commerce empire remained in place.
operations, according to a German trade publication, Lebensmittel Zeitung, which said Aranda was replacing Daniel Marasch in that role and would oversee U.S.
This information followed an earlier report by Lebensmittel Zeitung, which said that Douglas was nearing a sales agreement for Thalia.
One of my favorites, vehemently denied by management but featured prominently in an article in Lebensmittel Zeitung, a respected German publication, took place at stores in Poland and the Czech Republic where female workers who were menstruating had to wear certain color headbands in order to use the restrooms without special permission.
So it is particularly interesting to see the table below from the leading German grocery trade journal, Lebensmittel Zeitung.
By contrast, Germany has the fewest number of convenience stores per capita in western Europe according to Mike Dawson, at the international desk of the Lebensmittel Zeitung, the key grocery industry publication in Germany, who noted none of the big German retailers has gone into convenience stores in the way that Tesco and Sainsbury have in the UK.
When Forum moderator Werner Prill of Lebensmittel Zeitung asked why the fish industry has not benefited from the stampede away from beef consumption in Germany and other EU countries following the BSE (mad cow disease) scare in Britain, the response was that poultry - not meat - is fish's main competition.
"Osthandel privatisiert", Lebensmittel Zeitung, Vol.
The German publication Lebensmittel Zeitung, for example, was decidedly downbeat on the scope for organic development, particularly in Western Europe, pointing out that strong competition is already present throughout the region, while market saturation and strict building restrictions are a major hurdle for all big-box operators, not just Wal-Mart.
"In the early days we made many promises that we were not able to keep," he recently admitted in an interview in the newspaper Lebensmittel Zeitung. "We've learned not to take the second step before the first has been completed."
The productivity of its 93 stores make Wal-Mart the 13th-largest retailer in Germany based on 2002 sales, according to a ranking published by Lebensmittel Zeitung. "In Germany Wal-Mart will only become a significant player if it can make acquisitions, as expansion through organic growth remains challenging in the overstored German market," says Fiona Meldrum, senior business analyst with IGD, a research firm based in the United Kingdom.
A subsidiary of the German retail conglomerate Tengelmann Group, A&P is taking advantage of the parent company's knowledge of the discount grocery business in Germany, chairman, president and chief executive officer Christian Haub said in an interview with the German publication Lebensmittel Zeitung.