- Grower - Australia
- Director of Marketing & Communications - Summerland (BC), Canada
- Lead Auditor
- Quality Assurance Team EA Region - Antwerp - Quality Assurance Supervisor
- General Manager Australia
- Einkaufskoordinator/in - Austria
- Chief plant protection agronomist
- Сhief agronomist
- Head of Sales for Mexico and Latin America
- Finance Manager for a Leading International Fresh Produce Business
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Top 5 -last month
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"Nothing is perfect"
"Netto makes room for "crooked" fruits and vegetables again at the beginning of the year"
Crooked, awkward and with small blemishes
Some fruits and vegetables that will be on offer at Netto Marken-Discount from 2 to 6 January 2018 are truly no beauties. And yet, in terms of freshness and taste, they are in no way inferior to the "top models" on the fruit and vegetable shelves. Netto again offers perfect imperfect carrots and apples from German soil - and not only with prominent placement on the shelves, but also with low promotional prices for the high-quality products: for one week customers are able to buy 2 kilogram bags of apples for 2.79 euros and the 1-kilogram bag of carrots for 0.59 euros - in all of the country's more than 4,170 Netto branches.
"With our 'Nothing is perfect' initiative, we are pioneers in the competitive environment and are pleased that the promotions are very well received by our customers year after year," says Stefanie Adler, from Netto corporate communications. With the promotions taking place according to availability and the local harvest situation, Netto has been showing its customers the value of food appreciation since 2013. In addition to all this, with this commitment, Netto is strengthening its long-standing partnerships with farmers from Germany.
Source: Netto Marken Discount
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