EGMOND AAN ZEE – DekaMarkt opened its new store in Egmond aan Zee yesterday. . Extra special is that this is the 100th DekaMarkt in the Netherlands and that the Kat family, owner of the supermarket, lives in Egmond.
DekaMarkt is the successor to supermarket Jumbo, which closed its doors more than a month ago. After a renovation and new furnishings, Deka opened festively at the stroke of 8 a.m.
The grandson of owner Dirk Kat officially opened the store. Then the first two hundred customers received free products as a gift. It will remain so daily through Sunday, Nov. 27. And there was free coffee and an apple for all guests Wednesday morning during opening day. For the rest of the week, DekaMarkt in Egmond aan Zee is also treating its guests to offers and activities such as children’s activities, a scratch & win action and tastings.
More than eighty years after founder Dirk Kat opened his first grocery store, the family business’ 100th store opened “in Derp. The supermarket offers meals from its own kitchen, freshly roasted nuts and tapas, and meat from its own butcher shop. Cheese lovers can learn about Egmond cheese: specially made by Egmond’s own farm. Customers can scan their own groceries and checkout quickly with Scan & Go. The staff that previously worked in Jumbo is also employed in this revamped store.
The supermarket in Egmond aan Zee is open seven days a week, Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.