Eurospar Hunstad is the first Spar store in the north of Norway to launch an online site
In order to ease the challenge of large distances between stores and drive business to independent retailers across the country, Spar Norway has since last year, been increasing its attention on online retail. With the aim of allowing its network of independent retailers to effectively and efficiently enter the online market, the Spar Partner has created a simple and intuitive online system and has invested in the best technologies.
Providing everyone in Bodo with access to top quality fresh goods online, Eurospar Hunstad is the first Spar store in the north of Norway to launch an online site. All products are handpicked instore by a EUROSPAR Hunstad employee. Hence, the same people one meets in the store are the ones picking and handling all the items that are ordered online. Customers can be assured of receiving groceries of the same great quality that they would pick themselves instore, in this way.
Customers have the option to pick the goods up or have them delivered to an address of their choice and the prices as well as offers are the same online as in the store itself. A great service offered for those with a busy schedule is that, orders made before 10am can be delivered on the same day.
The online store remembers one’s shopping history and suggests items for customers as they shop, making things as simple as possible for customers.
Online product assortment varies from store to store, with 5,000 products available online in some stores while in others, more than 9,000 are offered. With figures showing that the average basket is five to six times higher online than instore, the experience so far has been positive. PWKD19052017
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