Netto withdraws Russian products from its stores

Supermarket chain Netto announces a boycott of Russian products. This is an expression of opposition to the attack on Ukraine. Besides, Netto wants to provide concrete help for refugees.

The Netto supermarket chain has decided to withdraw goods produced in Russia from its stores. On Monday, parent company Salling Group announced that products of Russian origin are no longer on offer at Netto stores in Germany, Denmark and Poland as of Saturday.

Price cuts at stores near Polish-Ukrainian border

The Salling Group, moved by the situation in Ukraine, has also decided to support the victims of Russian aggression. The company has declared that it will provide monetary and material donations for this purpose. Moreover, Netto in Poland has reduced prices of approximately 40 basic necessities in its stores located near the Ukrainian border. Tens of thousands of refugees from Ukraine have arrived in Poland in recent days.


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