While all of the borders to Norway got closed. The much higher grocery store shopping internally in Norway should have reduced the grocery prices. But instead, all of the food grocery prices in Norway actually increased by 4.9 percent. With almost no one in Norway going to Sweden anymore for
When it comes to grocery shopping, Norwegians are perhaps not the most adventurous people. We already know what happened to Lidl, but Iceland seems to have a way different strategy which makes them entering the Norwegian market in a different way. Instead of trying to build their own stores, Iceland
Reitan Convenience Norway, which includes kiosk chains such as Narvesen and 7-Eleven kiosks in Norway is now reporting from DN that they will reduce operating costs by 30 percent in the coming years. 30 employees are now cut at the service office in Oslo, this business magazine from Norway writes.