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"Azbuka Vkusa" will Start Selling its Products through Ozon
14.01.2020 12:03


The retailer "Azbuka Vkusa" began selling its products through Ozon, Kommersant reports. The marketplace presents more than 500 positions under its own brands “Azbuka Vkusa” - “Just Azbuka”, “Our Farm”, etc. - as well as from the retailer’s own import.

      Residents of 6.5 thousand settlements across the country can buy Azbuka's products. The retailer works with Ozon according to the marketplace model: it independently manages prices and assortment, and the platform provides logistics and traffic, earning a commission for each order.

      So far, the companies have been working together as part of a pilot project. The cooperation is designed to expand sales of imports of the Azbuka Vkusa in Russian regions.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian business Russian companies    

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