By Dan Riedel – Written by Dan RIEDEL Milan’s Italian supermarkets are trying to win back customers by offering cheaper food and services, but some are losing customers to cheaper local rivals.
The company that dominates the Milan market is Milan-Milan, the parent company of the country’s largest supermarket chain.
The chain, which has a turnover of $40 billion and is based in Milan, is in the process of opening up to its rivals at the Milan supermarket chain, Milan-Sardinia, which it purchased in 2013 for $4 billion.
The acquisition of Milan-Matic was made through a tender process, and a sale was not announced until mid-March, said Stefano Peruggia, head of Milan’s Aldi chain.
“But it is happening now,” he said.
The Italian supermarket chain is not the only one to try to gain a foothold in Milan.
In Italy, many supermarkets are owned by foreign companies, and some have struggled to stay competitive.
Milan-Milans, however, are a big part of the business in the city.
It is the third-largest grocery market in Italy after Milan and Naples.
Milans supermarkets are one of the most popular in the country, with sales of more than $100 billion a year.
The supermarket chain operates 24 stores in Italy, including four in Milan and two in Sardinia.
Aldi has also expanded into Italy and opened two supermarkets in Milan in 2016.
Milanos main competitor, Milan Sardins grocery, has opened two stores in Milan’s town of Lecce.
Both stores are on the outskirts of the city and have lower prices.
Sardinas chief executive Stefano Tosti said his company will try to stay ahead of the Milan-Lecce competitors.
“The price of Aldi is cheaper, but they have a bigger market,” he told Italian newspaper Il Giornale.
Tosti and other Aldi executives have said that the new supermarkets will offer the same quality of food and food-services as their rivals, while also being less expensive.
Milano-Sardi is the biggest supermarket in the town of Sardinia.
The company’s chief executive, Roberto Graziano, told the local daily newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport that his company would try to compete with Aldi and Milan-Pellegrino, which he said are selling cheaper products.
“We will continue to improve quality, but we also have to offer cheaper prices,” he added.
The prices of Aldis and Milan Sardi’s products will be different, Graziani said.
“We are not trying to compete directly with Aldis or Milan Sards, but instead to be the market leader,” he stated.
The Milan-Coviglia supermarket chain opened in the Italian town of Pavia last year, and its head of sales, Giovanni Pescatelli, said he believes it is in a good position to win the Milan and Sardinian markets.
“Milan is a very competitive market.
But Milan is a much better market, and Sardinia has the same characteristics as Milan,” Pescato said.