Large shopping stores that stock huge number of grocery retailers, daily needs and in some cases pharmacy products.
Extremely large shopping stores with multiple departments (much larger than a typical supermarket). They are a combination of a department store and a grocery retailers supermarket.
Stores that sell products at a lower price (discounts) compared to a traditional one offering the same product category.
No-frills wholesale and retail stores offering paid memberships for customers. The latter can purchase in bulk quantities at wholesale prices.
Small, local, easily accessed stores that offer a limited selection of food and staple household products, usually open till late hours.
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