Eroski is a Basque supermarket chain with nearly 1,000 outlets spread across Spain (excluding franchises). It is run as a worker co-operative within the Mondragón Corporación Cooperativa group.
The establishments vary in size from the largest hypermarkets, simply named 'Eroski' (of which there are 75 stores, including 40 with petrol stations), down to smaller 'Eroski Center' stores (473, including 2 petrol stations), 219 'Eroski City' outlets and 234 'Eroski Viajes' travel agent centres. The group's total sales floor space is approximately 1,500,000m2.
In 2010, the commercial network in Spain Eroski had:
115 hypermarkets "Eroski".
1,042 supermarkets "Eroski Center", "Caprabo" and "Eroski City".
3 supermarkets "Eroski Merca."
The Supermarket "Eroski Online", its online shopping service supply.
280 offices "Eroski Travel".
44 sports shops "Forum Sport".
310 perfume "If".
5 shops leisure and culture "ABAC".
28 distribution platforms.
Mobile Operator ("Eroski Móvil").
This network will add 584 franchised supermarkets. In France, Eroski also has 4 hypermarkets, 16 supermarkets and 17 petrol stations.
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